Adams won by less than 1 percentage point, with a margin of about 325 votes out of nearly 40,000 ballots cast. She claimed victory Wednesday night.
Police have killed at least 11 people in the aftermath of Kenya’s presidential election on Tuesday.
By Madeline Will, Education Week
Months after the 2016 presidential election, a majority of educators polled say that national politics have created a sharp divide among students, leaving teachers grappling with how to handle classroom conversations about controversial issues.
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice denied Tuesday that the Obama administration spied on Trump campaign associates for political reasons last year, though she acknowledged that on occasion she requested the identity of Americans swept up in U.S. surveillance efforts.
By Jeff Horwitz and Chad Day, Associated Press
Manafort worked as Trump's unpaid campaign chairman last year from March until August. Trump asked Manafort to resign after AP revealed that Manafort had orchestrated a covert Washington lobbying operation until 2014 on behalf of Ukraine's ruling pro-Russian political party.
By Elizabeth Flock
This week, we went to Boulder Book Store in Boulder, Colorado for their thoughts on what to read. Here are five recommendations from the staff, who chose to focus on books that explore joy, inclusivity and the human condition.
By Elizabeth Flock
On Tuesday, Mark Peterson was in Norfolk, Virginia, preparing to chase down members of Congress at a town hall. On Wednesday, he planned to go to Washington, D.C. to photograph the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The work hasn’t…
By Mark Sherman and Julie Pace, Associated Press
Two finalists for the high court slot — Neil Gorsuch and Thomas Hardiman — were both summoned to Washington ahead of Tuesday's announcement, adding a dash of drama to the announcement from the reality television star turned president. Their travel…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
The interfaith service is a tradition for new presidents and is hosted by the Episcopal parish.
By Andrew Taylor, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The vote was 63-36 and sent the stop-gap spending bill to President Barack Obama for his signature ahead of a midnight deadline.
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