A Donald Trump spokesman said Tuesday that the president-elect had moved to sell his stock shares in June, which could help to disentangle the real estate mogul from some potential conflicts of interest while in office.
Seventy-five years after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, the work of Honolulu and Japanese mayors edges the two nations toward a tentative reconciliation.
American parents and teens both spend about nine hours a day gazing at screens, a study finds.
Donald Trump tweeted that Boeing’s contract to build the next Air Force One should be canceled due to its high price tag.
Congress would need to issue a waiver to allow Gen. James Mattis to serve as secretary of Defense, a civilian position.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is reportedly sending a $35 million invoice to the White House for the cost of securing Trump Tower up through inauguration day.
The US ranked 35th in math on an international exam given to 15-year-olds in 2015. But some experts warn the American education system is too varied to make sweeping comparisons to other nations.
The Pentagon is reported to have buried a report detailing $125 billion of wasteful bureaucratic spending.
North Carolina's governor-elect may nudge the right-drifting state back toward the center, but he faces a Republican-controlled legislature.
At a public appearance Monday, Joe Biden made a joke – or dropped a hint – about a 2020 presidential run.