In his first formal press conference since July, the president-elect blamed Russia for hacks, offered a plan to resolve conflicts of interest, and scolded the media for its reporting on him.
In distributing a set of inflammatory allegations that it admitted it could not vouch for, BuzzFeed sidestepped a basic principle of journalism.
In his farewell address, the president warned of threats to the nation’s tradition of democracy—none more than from inside—and rebuked Donald Trump, but sought to rally the country around shared ideals.
The cable network reported Tuesday that intelligence officials briefed the president-elect and other top officials on purported claims by Russian agents that they possessed “compromising personal and financial information” concerning Trump.
After a lower court ordered unusual legislative contests this year to mitigate unconstitutional racial gerrymandering, the justices temporarily stayed the order.
The veteran British journalist, who scooped the story of Hitler’s invasion of Poland on her third day on the job and later unmasked Soviet spy Kim Philby, has died at 105.
The president-elect names Jared Kushner, husband of his daughter Ivanka, to a White House post—but it’s unclear if he can accept it.
Many of the obituaries for Nat Hentoff, the writer and critic who died Saturday at 91, are focusing as much…
Lawmakers in Texas, Kentucky, and Virginia are the latest to propose legislation that replicates North Carolina’s controversial law—despite the risk of backlash.
Multiple agencies have confidently concluded that Russian hackers intended to hurt Clinton and help Trump, but it’s unlikely to persuade skeptics.
Views of the WikiLeaks founder have shifted as American partisans project their own priorities onto him.
The president-elect’s dismissal of intelligence assessments may say less about the facts they offer than about a conclusion he’s loath to accept.
In 1968, Richard Nixon torpedoed LBJ’s peace negotiations in Vietnam, newly revealed documents show—presaging today’s tension between President Obama and President-elect Trump.
The president-elect mildly scolded Republicans for gutting a watchdog, without fully condemning the move—and then gets credited for their reversal of course.
The president’s move to punish Russia has scrambled partisan lines.
Praising the Russian leader while promising an arms race with him, the U.S. president-elect could bring back the most dangerous aspects of the Cold War, without any of the redeeming defenses of freedom.
An attempt to roll back the state’s controversial “bathroom bill” collapsed amid recriminations on Wednesday.
Although he spent the final weeks of the campaign complaining about cronyism in Washington, the president-elect keeps getting tripped up in influence-peddling controversies.
The officials include two people appointed by Governor Rick Snyder to run the city.
Charlotte voted Monday morning to repeal an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance, reportedly the first part of a deal to erase the state’s controversial “bathroom bill.”