People between the ages of 18 and 35 make up a third of eligible voters in the United States. At the University of Virginia, students campaigning for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are united by one aim: getting young people out to vote.
Whether protesting or showing support, people attending Donald Trump's inauguration were driven by the unique nature of his rise to the presidency. DW's Dave Raish reports from Washington, DC.
What will a Trump foreign policy look like? Some global leaders are worried, but many others see the mogul's rise as either confirmation of their own authoritarianism or a harbinger of more authoritarianism to come.
Nourished by citizens' distrust of mainstream media, fake news went mainstream in 2016. Here's a - certainly incomplete - list of some of the strangest and most consequential false news reports of the year.
The election of Donald Trump has shown the deep fault lines that split the United States. Peter Geoghegan reports from the center of the divide in New York City.
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