Trump Plans To Continue Twitter Comments As PresidentAfter President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office this Friday don't expect him to let up on his tweeting.
Trump's Interior Nominee Zinke Urges Array Of Uses For Federal LandsPresident-elect Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of the Interior Department faced his first round of vetting on Tuesday in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
DeVos Plans Push For School Choice Amid Opposition From UnionsDonald Trump's pick for education secretary - Betsy DeVos - says a one-size-fits-all model of learning does not work and if confirmed she plans on promoting charter, magnet, religious and other alternatives to public schools.
Many House Democrats Plan To Boycott Trump InaugurationMore than 30 members of Congress plan to skip President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration this Friday.
Poll: Young Americans Fear They Will Be Worse Off Post-TrumpWith inauguration day only three days away, young Americans seem to have a pessimistic view about the upcoming administration.
Security Tightened As Inauguration Draws NearSecurity preparations and planning for Friday's inauguration have been underway for months.
Trump Lashes Out At Intelligence Community, Civil Rights LeaderDays before taking the oath of office, President-elect Donald Trump has lashed out again at his critics in the intelligence community.
Trump: "Fake" Russian Report, Obamacare, The WallFor the first time since the election, President-elect Donald Trump will hold a news conference on Wednesday.
Florida Sen. Rubio To Tillerson: 'Is Putin A War Criminal?'Florida Senator Marco Rubio challenged President-elect Donald Trump's pick for secretary of state over his relationship with Russia.
Black Lawmakers Say Sessions Unfit To Be Attorney GeneralBlack lawmakers say Sen. Jeff Sessions has shown hostility toward civil rights - something they think makes him unfit to be attorney general.
Sessions Takes The Hot Seat In Pursuit Of Att. General Post President-elect Donald Trump has tapped his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to be his Senior White House Adviser, a move which will test a 1967 anti-nepotism law.