Ethicists question whether Trump's placations go far enough to address the unprecedented extent of his conflicts of interest.
Electors have requested a briefing before the Electoral College meets next week, after intelligence reports about Russian hacking of the election have left some asking what President-elect Donald Trump knew about these efforts.
President Obama said on 'The Daily Show' Monday that a president would be 'flying blind' without the 'detailed perspective' of the intelligence community.
In a stinging rebuke, US District Judge Paul Diamond rejected the Green Party's bid for a statewide recount in Pennsylvania of paper ballots and a review of some election systems for evidence of hacking.
Opponents of Donald Trump struggled with whether to befriend or fight his supporters. But it might not be an either/or choice.
Most of Silicon Valley opposed the president-elect during the election. Can they put their differences behind them?
Corey Stewart, a Republican candidate in the Virginia race for governor, plans to give an AR-15 to one of his supporters, hoping to convey his commitment to Second Amendment rights.
The win gives the Republicans a 52-48 majority in the US Senate come January and draws to a close the 2016 campaign season.
Comedian Joe Piscopo says President-elect Donald Trump's victory as an outside candidate has inspired him to seek office himself. But it's unclear whether or not Mr. Piscopo can harness the 'Trump effect' in his own campaign.
Seeking the names of employees who attended climate change talks 'feels like the first draft of an eventual political enemies list,' said an employee with the Department of Energy.
The government could face a shutdown this week as Senate Democrats and Republicans attempt to find common ground on a health care provision for miners in next year's spending bill.
President-elect Donald Trump might not keep President Obama's executive order protecting young, undocumented immigrants in place, but he seems to be softening his stance on America's 700,000 'Dreamers.'