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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.
President-elect Donald Trump met with a leading anti-vaccine activist, on Tuesday to discuss vaccination policy, reports NBC News.
Trump could find himself the latest in a line of presidents whose efforts to reshape health care cost them, Politico's Ben White says.
Sanders will not be too old to run or win in 2020, says Jordan Chariton. But he needs to fight this battle now.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act might mean lost jobs, longer workdays and delayed retirement, NBC News reports.
China's leadership is debating responses to the president-elect and his proposed get-tough trade policies.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will forgo the traditional formula of laying out his achievements during his final State of the State address Tuesday, reports NBC News.
It's a whirlwind week for President-elect Donald Trump as he and many of his incoming Cabinet choices will face their most direct public scrutiny yet since November's election. NBC News reports.
Jack Ma's meeting with President-elect Trump was about business, but Jake Novak says it could shakeup Chinese politics forever.
US Senators said they would introduce legislation to impose "comprehensive" sanctions on Russia over its attempts to influence the election.
Political parties will lock horns to recruit Ban Ki-moon, a key contenders in South Korea's presidential race, when he returns to Seoul.
ExxonMobil did business with Iran, Syria and Sudan through a European subsidiary while President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of State was a top executive of the oil giant and those countries were under U.S. sanctions as state sponsors of terrorism, Securities and Exchange Commission filings show.
Many of the nation's most respected Republicans and conservatives are publicly or privately terrified about the risks of a Donald Trump presidency, the Hill's Brent Budowsky says.
General elections throughout the EU could be at risk to cyber attack threats from foreign powers, according to the EU security commissioner.
During the election, White House Twitter accounts mentioned the President-elect twice as much as the former Secretary of State.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.