Thousands took to the streets in the days after the 2016 presidential election to decry the ascendency of Donald Trump.
Thousands of protesters took to Manhattan streets in the aftermath of Donald Trump's election to the presidency.
More than half of voters in Murray Hill are white women, and they strongly support Hillary Clinton. They tend to be more involved in politics than younger residents, local activists said.
Nannies in Tribeca, one of the city's wealthiest neighborhoods, are mainly immigrants and women of color. Many cannot vote, but are concerned about Donald Trump's deportation threats.
Female fans of the GOP candidate demonstrated their support outside Trump Tower, even after the release of the infamous Billy Bush tape.
A Lower Manhattan church used childhood pictures of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to help congregants deal with their feelings about the divisive duo.
The election-themed novelty item is a big hit for Fishs Eddy.
On the night of the last presidential debate, an audience in Manhattan got some comic relief: a mock debate whose participants exchanged wisecracks, not brickbats.