Donald Trump's tariff threats may be a useful tool to keep jobs from moving out of the country, manufacturing expert Scott Paul says.
Despite his tough rhetoric during the campaign, appointments made by Mr Trump indicate that his views on competition have changed.
Several of Trump's most recent Cabinet picks are in no way outsider populists. In fact, they're all staunch conservatives, Vox reports.
Trump's campaign rhetoric had promoted the benefits of his proposals for middle-income Americans.
Right now, the president-elect's security cost to taxpayers is more than $2 million a day, a number that is sure to increase, NBC reports.
The type of oil and natural gas production Donald Trump wants to unleash on federal lands would take many years to bring online.
President Barack Obama said he won't be a constant critic of Donald Trump but would speak out if policies breach certain "values or ideals."
President-elect Donald Trump planned to meet with Vice President-elect Mike Pence in New York on Tuesday to discuss key appointments.
There was no real competition for the job and that it was Giuliani's if he wanted it, a senior official said.
President Obama will host an awkward meeting with President-elect Trump at the White House in their first public step toward a peaceful transition of power.
In an unusual move, top GOP figures decided not to back Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Here's the six wildest ways this election could end. None of these are very likely, mind you, but they're all unnervingly plausible, Vox reports.
Bush 43 and 41 and Mitt Romney did not support Trump, an unusual move for top party figures.
Paul Manafort came under fire in August for his ties to Ukraine, which led to him leaving the campaign, NBC News reports.
Trump's campaign might seem like a storm emitting strikes of lightning, according to NBC.
The GOP candidate may not be too kind toward foreigners or immigrants, but a minority of Asian-Americans support him.
Trump's rise, scary as it has been, offers several reason for the left to feel optimism, says Professor Corey Robin.
The former secretary of state confirmed to NBC News' Andrea Mitchell that he will vote for Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump didn't just destroy himself. Hillary Clinton destroyed him, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Donald Trump refused to commit to accepting the outcome of the election, now less than three weeks away, reports NBC News.