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.
He called BuzzFeed “garbage” and shouted at a CNN reporter, and the two outlets argued with each other over publishing unverified claims about him.
The 13-minute video is the insurgents’ first confirmation that they were behind the abduction of American and Australian professors in August.
The Pay Pal founder and Trump fan, interviewed by Maureen Dowd, prefers “Star Wars” to “Star Trek” and is in favor of California’s seceding.
The Silicon Valley billionaire and scourge of Gawker describes his admiration for the president-elect, who told him, “We’re friends for life.”
As Republicans push forward with repealing the Affordable Care Act, lawmakers are about to undertake a grueling Senate tradition.
The president-elect continued the showmanship displayed during his campaign, and offered glimpses of his plans for his first days in office.
Mr. Lewis, a Georgia Democrat, said the law-and-order mantra of the nominee for attorney general harked back to the civil rights era.
Ms. Chao sailed through the hearing with little difficulty, offering remarkably few specifics but many promises of cooperation.
Known in Congress as an unrelenting partisan, Representative Mike Pompeo is wading into an extraordinary breach between the president-elect and the intelligence agency.
Hundreds will travel to the capital Saturday to make their voices heard on immigration issues, before what they fear may be a harsher regime takes hold.
President-elect leaves some questions hanging in the air (especially on Russia).
He refused to let the network’s reporter ask him a question at a press conference Wednesday.
The clause is an anti-bribery provision that forbids any U.S. president from receiving gifts from foreign leaders.
It is the first time the president-elect took questions from reporters in a formal news conference since July.