Here are five stories that provide some insight into what’s happening outside the Capitol.
By Joshua Barajas, Iman Smith, Erica R. Hendry, Vanessa Dennis
These stories that were buried in last week's political news are worth your time.
By Bill Barrow and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Donald Trump's disavowal of white supremacists who have cheered his election hasn't quieted concerns about the movement's impact on his White House.
President-elect Donald Trump met with The New York Times for an on-the-record conversation on Tuesday. During the session, Mr. Trump disavowed the alt-right but defended Stephen Bannon, said he didn’t want to hurt Hillary Clinton and said he might not…
In an interview with PBS NewsHour, adviser Kellyanne Conway said the president-elect “never asked” for support from the so-called alt-right, a white nationalist movement with Neo-Nazi ideology.
By Dan Cooney, Kristen Doerer
President-elect Donald Trump disavowed the alt-right in an on-the-record interview with the New York Times on Tuesday. He also responded to questions about the possibility of prosecuting Hillary Clinton, his commitment to the First Amendment, his plans for Syria, and…
By Emily Wishingrad
On the same day that Twitter announced a crackdown on harassment by its users, the social media platform suspended some accounts associated with the alt-right movement on Tuesday, reported USA Today.
Oxford Dictionaries said it chose "post-truth" for its frequented use in the 2016 political climate.
In the presidential election arena this week, the two major-party candidates called each other racists, and questions arose over Donald Trump's support among alt-right enthusiasts. As for Hillary Clinton, she seems to be focusing on casting herself as the lesser-of-two-evils…
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