Views expressed by Rex Tillerson, the likely choice for secretary of state, don’t always mesh with those pitched by Trump.
State Treasurer John Kennedy fills the nation's last Senate seat and gives the GOP a 52-48 edge in the chamber.
A suspected car bomb explodes shortly after a soccer match between two of the country's top teams.
The president-elect has privately signaled that he wants to pick Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state.
An Asian American journalist describes meeting Richard Spencer and hearing his vision of the future.
The Gatlinburg, Tenn., wildfires leveled the Chapel of Love and killed a reverend who launched the town's wedding industry.
"We believe in our race. ... We are white separatists," members of the Klan said in an interview with the Associated Press.
The new 'Celebrity Apprentice' host is unfazed that the president-elect has retained a producer's stake in the show.
The U.S. is sending 200 more troops to fight alongside those of the Arab-Kurdish alliance.
Retired U.S. Gen. David Petraeus, seen as a contender to be secretary of state, says the deal is "of great concern."
The agency said Russian hackers compromised the Democrats' emails and used Wikileaks to disseminate them.
The request comes following a spike of hate crimes reported in New York City and across the country.
The Green Party leader is in the spotlight now more than ever after pushing for voter recounts in three states.
Ronald Bert Smith Jr. was "not anesthetized at any point during the agonizingly long procedure," his legal team says.
Hospitals and insurers want to know soon how GOP leaders plan to address the consequences of repealing the health law.
The stopgap spending bill passes by a 63-36 vote shortly before a midnight deadline.
Democrats drop their objections to the spending bill after taking the debate right to the brink before a midnight deadline.
The president-elect shut down firms that appeared connected to a possible venture there, corporate documents show.
A longtime union chief and a 19-year-old woman got menacing phone calls after the president-elect went after them on Twitter.
It surges on the initial reaction to the president-elect's surprise win and relief the election is over, experts say.
Liberty University is seeking a permit to build a full-scale, National Rifle Association-approved facility.
A Republican from Texas introduces a bill that would slash benefits and raise the retirement age.
The president-elect's praise for Barack Obama is greeted with boos and awkward silence at a rally in Louisiana.