Opinion: 8 ways we can improve presidential elections
If there is one thing Republican and Democratic voters can agree on after this exhausting campaign, it’s that our electoral ...
Editorial: Donald Trump’s duty now is to lead
Riding a wave of disaffected voters, Donald Trump dealt a stunning rebuke to the political establishment yesterday when his once-unthinkable ...
The Point: Suffolk GOP chair front, center with Trump
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William F. B. O'Reilly
O’Reilly: Trump’s win means anything could happen now
There are far more questions than answers on the minds of Americans today. But one thing is clear: Trump and his voters have upended the American political system in spectacular fashion.
Chiusano: Things changed quickly for Hillary Clinton
On the night when Donald Trump swept to power, everything moved slowly -- until, all of a sudden, Trump was up.
Randi F. Marshall
Marshall: What will we tell our children?
My daughter doesn't understand how adults elected someone like Donald Trump.
Mahandru: New ways to watch election results
This year, you don’t have to go very far. Viewers won’t have to rely on television for election coverage. The ...
Ciolli: For first time live election results all day
The role of traditional media as formal gatekeepers of the flow of news, as arbiters of the facts, as controllers of the schedules, has been crumbling for several cycles but today may be the day RIP will be officially assigned to The Process.
Filler: Don’t be furious at fearful voters
If we can understand that many of the people who disagreed with us over the course of this election were acting out of fear rather than meanness or evil, that might not be as much of a tall order.
Editorial: Finally time for the only polls that count
At last, no more opinion polls. Now it’s your turn.