From Elections To Emails: A Look Back At The Biggest U.S. Political Stories Of 2016The presidential election dominated the news in 2016, but it was just one of several political stories to grab headlines over the past 12 months.
Top 16 News Stories Of 2016: Biggest Local, National HeadlinesLet's take a look back at some of the biggest stories that shaped New York and the world this past year.
LI Trump Supporter Loses 100 Facebook Friends, Including Best ManGary Pollakusky, of Rocky Point, says he lost around 100 Facebook friends after posting a photo of him standing in front of a "Trump-Pence" sign as his profile picture.
Source: Rudolph Giuliani Favorite For Trump Secretary Of StateFormer New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is the favorite to be secretary of state in the Trump administration, according to Associated Press sources.
Anti-Trump Protests Continue For Fifth Straight Day In NYCThe former New York City mayor says he wishes that Hillary Clinton, the former Democratic presidential nominee, and President Barack Obama would say something the protesters.
Cuomo Vows To Protect Muslims, LGBTQ Communities In Post-Election LetterNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo published an open letter to the residents of New York State regarding the results of the presidential election, promising to "fight against the targeting of Muslims, immigrants, the LGBTQ community, and for the rights of all Americans."
Trump's Victory Raises Concerns Among NY's Islamic And Immigrant CommunitiesSeveral hundred people rallied Friday evening as part of a "Love Trumps Hate" demonstration that started in Washington Square Park before heading north on Sixth Avenue.
Donald Trump To Appear On '60 Minutes' For First Post-Election InterviewPresident-elect Donald Trump is slated to appear on '60 Minutes' this Sunday, for his first extensive interview following the presidential election.
Up To 10,000 Protest In New York, Around Country Following Trump Election WinDonald Trump's presidential victory set off protests across the nation Thursday.
Clinton 'Sorry' For Outcome, Says Election Loss 'Painful'Hillary Clinton told supporters Wednesday "we must accept this result and then look to the future" following her devastating loss to Donald Trump.
Dr. William Petit, Cheshire Home Invasion Survivor, Wins House Seat In ConnecticutThe Republican was nominated for the 22nd House District, which includes Plainville and New Britain.
'I Have Never Been More Excited:' Trump Supporters React To Presidential WinHis supporters who packed his headquarters in Midtown were overjoyed when it became apparent their candidate had won.
Democratic Congressman-Elect Tom Suozzi: 'We Have To Be Optimistic'Suozzi will head to Washington amid a Republican-controlled Congress, and admitted surprise over Donald Trump's presidential victory.
Clinton Holds Narrow Lead In Popular Vote Despite Losing Presidential ElectionWith nearly 125 million votes counted, The Associated Press tally has Clinton with 47.7 percent and President-elect Donald Trump with 47.5 percent.
NY Daily News Runs 'House Of Horrors' Front Page Following Trump WinThe Daily News aired their front page, titled "House of Horrors," with the caption "Trump Seizes Divided States of America."