Politician John Lewis said he wouldn't invite the president-elect to Selma, citing the impossibility of working with him, NBC News reports.
The Obama administration has expanded the power of the NSA to share globally intercepted personal communications. The New York Times reports.
Anthony Scaramucci, a top fundraiser during the campaign, will be appointed as a top Donald Trump adviser within the week, sources said.
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.
Conway questions whether additional investigations are needed into reports of Russian hacking during the campaign, USA Today reports.
Some Democratic House members attempted to object to some states Electoral College votes to protest the election results, NBC News reports.
Trump gave no indication of how he might roll back North Korea's weapons programs after he takes office on Jan. 20.
It will be the first joint appearance by Trump and Clinton since the debates that preceded Trump's election victory, USA TODAY reports.
Donald Trump is not like any ordinary Republican president. That may prove to be a good thing for the stock market in 2017.
Some experts warn Kim Jong Un may soon have a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the West Coast of the U.S., NBC News reports.
Ethics lawyers say Icahn, who controls refiner CVR Energy, could violate conflicts law if he advises Donald Trump on an EPA rule.
"It's going to be very difficult for them to resist," the newly named counselor to the president tells CNBC.
Donald Trump plans to put Commerce secretary pick Wilbur Ross in charge of his get-tough trade policy, a transition team spokesman said.
Americans have a significantly worse outlook on Donald Trump's presidency than both Barack Obama and George W. Bush, NBC News reports.
By party, 82 percent of Republicans approve of Trump's transition handling, compared with just 12 percent of Democrats, NBC News reports.
With more than 20 nominees now selected, Donald Trump's cabinet appears much like the president-elect himself.
GOP Rep. Mick Mulvaney is a fierce deficit hawk with a record of pushing deep spending cuts across the government to balance the budget.
Many electors say they have been besieged by calls an emails amid heightened interest in the event, NBC News reports.
Goldman Sachs promoted a new generation of leaders on Wednesday after Gary Cohn's departure from the bank, The New York Times reports.
Goldman Sachs's outsize influence in Washington is about to get larger.