Questions surrounding Scott Pruitt's tactics with big business have surfaced, The New York Times reports.
As markets cheer Donald Trump's tax and infrastructure policies, Citi's Willem Buiter sees a less than rosy picture a couple of years out.
President Obama surprises Vice President Joe Biden with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
C-SPAN is investigating how its online feed of the House of Representatives was interrupted by programming for the Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT.
While Trump will inherit a generally strong economy, the recovery in state finances is losing steam.
Sixteen other intelligence agencies can now search directly through the raw data of N.S.A's intercepted communications.
James Clapper said he spoke with Donald Trump, telling him the intelligence community didn't leak information about an unverified memo.
The Senate voted early Thursday to take the first real step toward repealing Obamacare — a top goal of congressional Republicans.
Rhode Island may be next to legalize marijuana—and the first to legalize the drug through legislation rather than a ballot initiative, Reuters reports.
Trump is calling the allegations about Russian-information gathering on him "fake news" and one former CIA analyst is backing him up.
On Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump held his first news conference since his election in November.
For Barack Obama, the past eight years have been quite a whirlwind as the U.S. president. But what's next for the leader after he leaves?
Sen. John Thune, (R-S.D.), discusses what prompted the delay in Wilbur Ross' nomination hearing for secretary of Commerce. Also Thune shares his thoughts on Elaine Chao for secretary of Transportation.
Let this process work out the way it's supposed to work out, says Sen. Gary Peters, (D-Mich.), weighing in on Donald Trump's nominee hearings.
Analysts and politicians have denounced a law that they say offers a tax shelter for rich government appointees. But that’s not how the rule works.
US Senators said they would introduce legislation to impose "comprehensive" sanctions on Russia over its attempts to influence the election.
"We will continue to do the right thing for IBM," CEO Ginni Rometty said on Monday. She's also advocating for "new collar" jobs in tech.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the published version of a U.S. intelligence report contained nothing of substance.
General elections throughout the EU could be at risk to cyber attack threats from foreign powers, according to the EU security commissioner.
Boris Johnson, the UK foreign secretary, has held talks in New York with senior members of Donald Trump’s team on Sunday.