Adam Crapser was adopted by Americans when he was 3. Now he's back in South Korea, which is completely unknown to him.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has been a close adviser to Donald Trump throughout the presidential campaign.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was receiving classified briefings during the summer while working for foreign clients.
A digital advertising firm touts its emphasis on a message of change in Trump ads during the final weeks before the election.
He tells the president-elect to stand up to the global power when it deviates from U.S. "values and international norms."
The torrent of insults and slurs directed at predominantly black students by a white teacher prompts her firing.
The president-elect will be hitting the road for a new round of rallies to celebrate his election win, an aide says.
Ahmad Khan Rahimi pleaded not guilty to federal charges that he set off an explosive device on a crowded city street, injuring 30 people.
A prisoner whose case was featured in the Netflix series will stay behind bars while the state appeals his overturned conviction.
Megyn Kelly says Fox News contacted the campaign after she received threats from its supporters after a heated first debate.
Bill Cassidy, a physician, is not in sync with the president-elect's plan for a "full repeal" on his first day in office.
In the face of strong international condemnation, the nation says it's taking steps to stop the use of torture by security forces.
A U.S. threat following months of cyberattacks may have had the desired effect, intelligence chief James Clapper says.
James Comey's letter about emails linked to Hillary Clinton rekindled questions about the bureau's potential to meddle in elections.
Virtually all large groups penned a letter asking the president-elect to work with them to preserve press freedom.
The president-elect's harsh campaign-trail talk aimed at minorities and women requires a statement of regret, he says.
The former "Daily Show" host had reflective words on the state of the U.S. after Trump's presidential victory.
Janet Yellen suggests that repealing the response to the 2008 financial crisis could increase the odds of a new disaster.