Election 2016

What’s happening in state capitols, city halls, and school boards have more of a direct effect on our daily lives than Washington politics.

Lisa Monaco, Homeland Security and counterterrorism adviser, on Friday announced the Obama administration's investigation of Russia's involvement in hacking the 2016 Election.

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News  —   President Barack Obama is attempting to get to the bottom of claims that the 2016 general election was hacked by foreign governments by ordering a full review. Obama’s counter-terrorism adviser Lisa Monaco told a breakfast meeting on Friday that the President expects to see a report before he leaves office […]

Hate is intensifying across America three weeks after Donald Trump was elected president. And William Sims, 28, a promising and successful African-American musician from Richmond, California, was the victim of a fatal hate crime on Nov. 12 just days after the contentious presidential election. Sims was found beaten and shot on a roadway outside a […]

Many are apprehensive of the future amid rising hate crimes reported since early November.

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  — Some listeners are still in shock but attempting to move on from Election 2016. Other are thrilled ‘their guy’ won because they wanted change. Either way…my guest and I are taking an in-depth look at what happened in this year’s presidential race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  — The result of the 2016 race for the White House has many voters fearful while others are celebrating change. Regardless of what side you’re on “Access Indy with Kim Wells” listener want to know how did we get to this point and how what the results mean […]

Understandably many Americans are still highly emotional over the presidential election of Donald Trump and that means that statements from public figures regarding the election are even more highly scrutinized than usual. Oprah Winfrey found this out the hard way when she recently gave her thoughts on President Obama and Trump sitting down together for […]

Honestly, at this point all we can do is laugh to stop from crying.

The day after Tuesday's election, a seemingly record number of racial incidents were captured by social media users.

Donald Trump wins, but we will never lose.

Obama invited president-elect Donald Trump to the White House on Thursday to talk about a “smooth transition of power."