After calling climate change a 'hoax' during the campaign, the president-elect said there is 'some connectivity' on climate change and human activity.
In many states, Electoral College voters are not required by law to vote for the presidential candidate who won the popular vote in their state. While it is unlikely that enough 'faithless electors' will vote against Donald Trump, the possibility has caused voters to learn more about the electoral process.
A US District Court, with the help of a new statistical formula, ruled Monday that Wisconsin Republicans created electoral maps to favor GOP candidates.
The Republican incumbent has instead lodged formal complaints in half of the state's 100 counties, alleging widespread voter fraud.
Hundreds identifying as 'white nationalists' or members of the 'alt-right' movement gathered at the annual National Policy Institute conference in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.