The archive of all headlines from November 17, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Democrats will try to find common cause with Donald J. Trump on infrastructure spending, child tax credits and dismantling trade agreements. By focusing on issues that many Republicans resist, Democrats are trying to find favor among the voters Mr. Trump took from them.
A dozen far northern California counties bucked the rest of the state and went solidly Republican. Voters there say they've been neglected and ignored. 'People still have morals and values here,' says one cattle rancher. TRAIL GUIDE
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President-elect Donald J. Trump, has consulted with lawyers about the possibility of joining the new administration.He believes that by forgoing a salary and putting assets in a blind trust, people briefed on the discussions say, he will not be bound by anti-nepotism rules.
Councilman calls on city to create a new position of immigrant advocate and come up with strategies for protecting all federal grants, loans and other funds after Trump wins election.Civil rights advocates brace for a radical shift in Justice Department priorities under Trump
Councilman calls on city to create a new position of immigrant advocate and come up with strategies for protecting all federal grants, loans and other funds after Trump wins election.California Democrats ask Obama to pardon nearly 750,000 'Dreamers'
That would keep them from being deported, but would leave them in legal limbo without work permits or visas. Without an immigration offense on their records, it would be substantially easier to apply for legal status.L.A. leaders just vowed to fight deportations under Trump. Here's what they've proposed
Lawmakers from California offer proposals that would allow nearly 10,000 soldiers to keep improper enlistment bonuses they were paid during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan a decade ago.After he fought for the country, the U.S. is asking him to give back his enlistment bonus