The Clinton campaign chairman is backing a demand from 10 electors for an intelligence briefing on Russian interference in the presidential race.
Even as Senate Republicans opt to investigate alleged Russian interference in the election, members of President-elect Trump’s inner circle continue to insist without evidence that someone else must be to blame.
The president-elect’s latest morning sortie is against the controversial, budget-busting Joint Strike Fighter, but he may be too late to stop it.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye’s impeachment caps a year in which famous political families, from the Clintons to the Kirchners, have seen their fortunes sink.
Why has Trump shown such eagerness to select former military brass for his Cabinet? The reasons may be both pragmatic and political.
Meeting with Al Gore? Wavering on torture? Expressing empathy toward DREAMers? Don’t expect that these are signs of a major shift from the president-elect.
Republican Pat McCrory on Monday conceded the very close race to his challenger, Democrat Roy Cooper.
Without any promising answer to the problem of fake news, outlandish false claims like a pedophilia ring running out of a D.C. restaurant will continue to grow.
President-elect Donald Trump has committed a sharp breach of protocol—one that underscores just how weird some important protocols are.
The North Carolina can’t resolve its gubernatorial race until Durham County recounts its votes. But that isn’t as simple a matter as it seems.
The Minnesota progressive’s run for DNC chair demonstrates the pressures for the party as it tries to recover from a disastrous 2016 election.
The jazz saxophonist went from 1960s pop stardom to years of self-imposed exile, but he’s now producing some of the best music of his career.
In following through on a major campaign promise, the president-elect can shake up the political landscape in several major ways.
Prosecutors in North Carolina said Wednesday a police officer would not be charged in the killing of a black man.
Donald Trump suggests it as a penalty for flag-burning, although the Supreme Court has ruled that it’s protected speech.
The president-elect is sowing doubt about the integrity of America’s elections, and may hope to reap a harvest of discriminatory voting laws.
Recounts, lawsuits, challenges—and the prospect of a legislative coup? Here’s why the race between Governor Pat McCrory and Democrat Roy Cooper isn’t over yet.
President Obama said he might break tradition and criticize his successor on “core questions” about ideals and values—in essence, promising to break one standard to try to save others.
The leaderless party is beset by structural disadvantages and policy defeats.
The Republican nominee appears to have pulled off a surprising victory—and it’s unclear what comes next.