Though Trump has called NATO "obsolete," the group's secretary-general says they discussed its "enduring importance" over the phone.
A British judge granted a 14-year-old's final request to be cryopreserved instead of buried.
The president-elect has narrowed his choices for defense secretary down to retired four-star generals James Mattis and Jack Keane, according to Bloomberg News.
Carl Conyers, a 21-year-old student at the University of Houston, was found unharmed at his apartment complex in Houston.
Once staunch rivals, the president-elect will meet with Romney on Sunday to discuss potential White House positions.
In the videos, students are seen screaming, running, dancing, and collapsing in hallways and classrooms.
The beloved actor reflects on his time in a Japanese internment camp, and denounces the notion of a Muslim database.
Donald Trump is nearing a settlement of about $20 million in fraud lawsuits relating to Trump University, a source says.
DraftKings and FanDuel, leaders in the daily fantasy industry, expect to become one company in the second half of 2017.
The president-elect gave offers to Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general and Rep. Mike Pompeo for CIA director.
Students of the now-defunct Trump University say they were lured by false promises.
“I'm an economic nationalist. The globalists gutted the American working class and created a middle class in Asia.”
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.