The soon-to-be ex-president connected the economic disruptions caused by technology to a rise in political polarization.
New rules relax longstanding limits on what the National Security Agency may do with the information gathered by its most powerful surveillance operations.
After late-night legislative session known as a vote-a-rama, weary senators returned for a round of appearances by the president-elect’s Cabinet nominees.
General Mattis, the president-elect’s choice for defense secretary, responded to policy questions for a congressional hearing on his nomination.
President-elect Donald J. Trump says James R. Clapper Jr. denounced as false a dossier of unverified material, but that runs contrary to Mr. Clapper’s statement.
An influx of alumni under Donald J. Trump provokes little backlash, as fears of undue influence mix with relief that the executive branch has some adult supervision.
Donald Trump is a master manipulator, and the news media has found itself at the edge of a cliff. It needs better footing, fast.
The former MI6 agent was said to have hurriedly left his home in southern England when he knew his identity was to be revealed.
As one would-be controversy rapidly succeeds another, it’s clear that there’s only so much the news media and the public can focus on at once.
Ben Carson is a renowned neurosurgeon, but he’s never held public office.
President-elect has vowed to beef up cyber security in wake of hacks.
The Government Printing Office has changed its style guide to refer to Indiana residents as Hoosiers.
The consequences of the dossier, put together by a former British spy named Christopher Steele, are incalculable and will play out long past Inauguration Day.
The former chief executive of Exxon Mobil found himself on the defensive over his reluctance to declare that some dictators were violators of human rights.
A student’s painting with political overtones has been removed. And restored. Repeatedly.
The Treasury nominee revealed plans to divest himself of much of his vast interests, but he intends to keep control of his little-known namesake firm.
The president-elect left some questions hanging in the air (especially on Russia).
The Supreme Court was asked to decide whether public schools should do more under a federal law to provide a free education for children with disabilities.
It's been hard to keep track of who is performing, who has been rumored to play and who has issued an emphatic "no."
Jackie, 16, who will sing the national anthem at the presidential inauguration, and her transgender sister, Juliet, 18, lend each other support.