There was communication between Moscow and the campaign, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Rybakov says.
Applicants will have to disclose more information than the president-elect did during the campaign.
We have a president-elect who demeans women, doesn’t pay taxes, and never apologizes. We don’t have to love him, right?
A likely member of Donald Trump's Cabinet, Rudy Giuliani said it hasn't been decided if legal action will be taken against Hillary Clinton.
While many wonder how we got here, Yahoo News takes a look back at America's last 50 years of political history.
President Obama will host President-elect Trump in their first public step toward a peaceful transition of power.
Donald Trump faces the herculean task of picking a Cabinet and tapping hundreds of appointees to senior roles in a little over two months.
As expected, the market tumbled as it became apparent Trump would win the election, but then it reversed course.
President Obama hosts President-elect Trump in their first public step toward a peaceful transition of power.
Trump's attorneys have made an unusual request to exclude statements made by or about their client during the campaign.
Demonstrators in New York City scream “Not my president!” as they march in midtown Manhattan.
The death of Joshua Beal, 25, in an alleged road-rage incident involving an off-duty officer prompts protests.
America owes Donald Trump an "open mind and a chance to lead," the Democratic nominee says.
Dr. Ben Carson says the president-elect was remarkably reserved when he was starting to sense victory.
Under the proposed plan, health care would be purchased on the open market, and premiums would be tax-deductible.
A day after losing the election to Donald Trump, she reportedly holds a lead of nearly a quarter million votes.
The president-elect has a 10-point plan that would affect high-skilled employees and millions of undocumented workers.
A segment of the electorate struggling with shrinking economic opportunity and dislocating social trends made the difference.
Many tears were shed Tuesday night as Hillary Clinton backers couldn't believe what was unfolding.
Rolling back sanctions, imposed in 2014, could spur investment in Russia's flat-lining economy.