A lengthy transition period has given Mexicans a preview of how the fiery leftist leader will run his six-year term.
Voting closed in Zimbabwe's first election since the former president was ousted after 37 years in power.
Friends and relatives carry the coffin containing the body of the student Gerald Velazquez, shot dead during clashes with riot police in a church near the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua.
People react and wave flags outside the Justice and Development Party (AKP) headquarters in Istanbul, on June 24th, 2018, during the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections.
Women walk on a bridge past campaign banners with the portrait of Turkey's president in Istanbul on June 18th, 2018.
Valeria Gonzalez, 19, votes for the first time, at the Porfiro Brenes school in Moravia, San Jose, on February 4th, 2018.
Whoever sets the president's agenda possesses a great deal of power. Often, that role belongs to the major political parties, or the president's most immediate set of advisers—but Trump's relationship with both is tenuous at best.
The New Jersey governor pledges to “tell it like it is,” but his fiscal record and rhetoric don’t line up.
Evidence shows that we perceive deeper voices as more authoritative and trustworthy. How will this impact the coming election—especially if there's a woman on the top of the ticket?
President Nixon got himself into a bit of hot water when he commented on Helen Thomas' slacks. But 40 years later we're still making the same mistakes.