The new president went to support an agency with which he's publicly sparred.
Netflix decided to that President Donald Trump's inauguration was a good time to reveal when its political drama would return.
Stocks may have struggled in the past two weeks, but one top strategist predicts the rally will regain momentum.
Twitter users who unfollowed the account run by Barack Obama were surprised to find involuntarily re-upped for President Trump's.
The groups that to suffer from more health problems will be the first affected by a rollback of the Affordable Care Act, The Verge reports.
Lawsuits filed this week accused student loan collector Navient of misleading tactics, The New York Times reports.
Amit Singhal, a 15-year Google veteran, plans to join Uber as senior vice president for engineering.
Federal courts will decide the extent to which the Obama environmental policies are maintained or rolled back, climate activists say.
The charitable organization founded by former President Bill Clinton in 1997 is facing big questions about its role in the Trump age.
President Trump promised to tear down the Washington establishment in his inaugural address and few other traditions, NBC News reports.
The Trump rally has run out of steam, but millionaire investors still believe stocks are the best bet in America.
"I had to pay rent," says the author of "Own It," so she got creative.
Car camouflage may conjure images of soldiers on a far away battlefield, actually provide cover for prototype cars on test drives.
Richard Overton, 110, wants to spends his last days in his East Austin home. His relatives started a GoFundMe page to help with cost.
Since mid-December, the Trump rally has taken a breather and stocks have largely tread water.
Patients and doctors are worried about what comes after an Obamacare repeal, some told CNBC's "On the Money."
Here's President Trump's economic starting line.
Women and other groups were demonstrating across the nation and as far abroad as Myanmar and Australia.
NBC News takes a glance at what people around the planet are saying about America's new leader.
The central bank's board expressed concerns whether the cash could be replaced quickly enough.