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President Donald Trump in high school.

8 photos of Donald Trump in high school

He wasn't always "The Donald."

Hillary Clinton wrote a letter to an 8-year-old girl who lost her class presidential race to a boy

Third grader Martha Kennedy Morales lost the the race by a single vote at Friends Community School in College Park, Maryland.
A voter casts her ballot on Election Day at 514 Studios on November 6, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Voters in Minnesota will be deciding the representatives who control the Senate, House, and governors' seats.

The diverging midterm results show there’s a growing political chasm in America. And both parties look like they’re digging in.

Democrats solidified their dominance of America's cities and suburbs in Tuesday's midterm elections, which is bad news for the GOP.

An Afghan refugee who fled the Taliban was voted into New Hampshire’s House of Representatives

Democrat Safiya Wazir, 27, defeated Republican Dennis Soucy for the seat in New Hampshire's House of Representatives.

The top trending Google search on Election Day was ‘dónde votar’ as historic Latino voter turnout is expected for midterms

Google Trends said Tuesday morning that the top trending search in the US was "dónde votar," Spanish for "where to vote."

SENATE BATTLEGROUND MAP: The race for control of the Senate is as tight as it can be

The battle for control of the Senate is as tight as can be, RealClearPolitics polling averages show.

There are 21 scientists running for Congress — here’s what these engineers, physicians, and computer programmers want to do in DC

A group of engineers, physicians, and other scientists are running for Congress for the first time. Seven other scientists are up for re-election.

6 apps to help you make last-minute voting decisions for the midterm elections

Are you scrambling to find out where to go vote or who to vote for on your ballot? Check out these apps for important last-minute information.

Some states including California let you register to vote on Election Day — here they all are

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6. While most states require voters to register in advance, more than a dozen states allow same-day registration.

Most states, including Texas and Florida, now require showing ID to vote. Here’s the full state-by-state breakdown.

Laws vary widely on the different forms of ID voters have to bring to the polls, if they require any at all. See if you have to show ID in your state.