The president-elect will face politically fraught decisions about an arsenal in need of modernizing.
More than 2,300 scientists are urging the president-elect to support science and use it when shaping policy.
The former CIA director is reportedly being vetted for secretary of state, but he'd need permission to leave his home state.
Residents feared a backlash after a Muslim couple killed 14 people at a lunch meeting on Dec. 2, 2015.
The president has nearly ruled out any effort to pressure Israel over stalled peace talks before he leaves office, officials say.
Alan Gross spent five years in a Cuban prison after being arrested while working on a technology project there.
The far-right website calls for a boycott over what the breakfast cereal maker did with its advertising.
States that have legalized pot offer exemptions from workplace drug policies, but that doesn't mean you can't be tested or fired.
The Russian president gives a conciliatory state-of-the-nation address that reflects Moscow's take on Trump.
Language in the lease could force the president-elect to relinquish his equity stake in the newly refurbished property.
You can try to stamp out the supply of garbage news, but the Web is a vast place, and it will always find a crack through which to seep.
Abortion rights advocates say the rules place an unconstitutional burden on a woman and could lead to unsafe options.
The pilot of the chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team told air traffic controllers he had run out of fuel before crashing.
The EPA decides not to ease government fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks despite automaker protests.
Despite pledging to "drain the swamp," the president-elect is surrounding himself with millionaires and billionaires.
Abdul Razak Ali Artan may have been inspired by the Islamic State and an al-Qaida-linked cleric, an official says.
North Carolina prosecutors say the officer who killed Keith Scott ‘acted lawfully' after Scott brandished a gun.
A growing exodus of terrified civilians floods roads out of the beleaguered city as government forces close in.
Anas al-Basha dies in a presumed Russian or government missile strike in the war-ravaged city.
It seems the president-elect has decided to respond to criticism of his conflicting roles, writes Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman.