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2016 Presidential Election

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East Village »

The mayor's push against possible Trump policies could help with his efforts to win a second term.

Astoria »

The incident comes amid concerns over a spike in hate crimes this year and since the election.

Long Island City »

"After the election, the whole school community was overwhelmed with fear and grief," a protester said.

Breezy Point »

Staten Island, Orthodox Brooklyn and parts of Queens supported Trump for President.

Woodside »

Queens Self Defense is raising money to offer the classes in Woodside or Jackson Heights.

Forest Hills »

Georgios Aspiotis, of Corfu Grill and Sorry Not Sorry, quoted Trump's threat to grab women's "pu--y."

Civic Center »

"I will be very happy to tell you what I’m thinking when I finish thinking," said the mayor.

St. George »

On Staten Island's North Shore, Hillary Clinton's support was strong.

Upper East Side »

We spoke to mental health experts about the best ways to soothe yourself after a Trump victory.

Chelsea »

Here's a look at what everyone's talking about after Donald Trump's historic upset.

Union Square »

Women in New York City cast their first ballots for president in 1920 after winning the right to vote.

Turtle Bay »

A bill that's stalled in Albany could save you from standing in a long line to vote in future elections.

Tottenville »

Republicans across the city were elated about Trump's surprise victory.

Financial District »

You can satisfy your craving for Thin Mints at 13 locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Midtown »

New Yorkers headed to their polling places Tuesday and were met with topless protests and other issues.