The charitable organization founded by former President Bill Clinton in 1997 is facing big questions about its role in the Trump age.
President Donald Trump speaks at his inaugural luncheon, and points out that it is an honor to have Bill and Hillary Clinton as guests.
Americans will watch a familiar ritual of U.S. democracy usher in an unfamiliar style of leadership and governing on Friday.
Industry officials said a sharp slump in the peso could offset import tariffs, leading them to consider Mexican manufacturing options, NBC News reports.
"Governing in 140 character transmissions is a lot harder" than using Twitter for campaigning, former Trump advisor James Woolsey tells CNBC.
The former CIA director was a senior advisor in the Trump transition team, NBC News reports.
After laying the groundwork for private homeownership, Meng Xiaosu now wants retirees to cash out, the NYT reports.
President Barack Obama used a provision, which Donald Trump cannot easily sweep aside, to block drilling in federal waters.
Why liberals' plot to turn electors and defeat Trump was a bad idea, says Vox writer Andrew Prokop.
Donald Trump takes a swipe at former President Bill Clinton for comments he made in a recent interview, then mocked Hillary Clinton's campaign.
This honeymoon phase is as good as it gets for a president-in-waiting, 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.
GOP Rep. Mick Mulvaney is a fierce deficit hawk with a record of pushing deep spending cuts across the government to balance the budget.
Goldman Sachs's outsize influence in Washington is about to get larger.
The President-elect's children will be taking over running his businesses but he is resisting calls to divest, the NYT reports.
Economic policy analyst Jimmy Pethokoukis called Donald Trump's Carrier speech the worst economic speech buy a politician in decades.
Wilbur Ross is close to Trump and has experience across a lot of industries, said Bill Daley, who headed up Commerce under President Clinton.
Experts say the nonprofit may be forced to rethink its scope and priorities after Hillary Clinton's dashed White House bid.
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."
With Hillary Clinton no longer a presumptive U.S. president, the Clinton Foundation may face some fallow years, experts say.