The president acknowledges that he originally deemed his famed "yes, we can" battle cry too simplistic.
It is hard to know if old machines accurately record individual votes — or if anyone has tampered with the count.
David Friedman strongly opposes Palestinian statehood and is a fervent supporter of Israeli settlements.
Liberty University's president says Trump's picks remind him of the U.S. men's basketball team at the Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.
The freezing rain, snow and high winds caused widespread power outages in the Dakotas, Nebraska and Iowa.
"I could've mobilized a majority of the American people to rally," the president says in an interview.
Lukasz Urban, a Polish truck driver, is believed to have saved many lives during the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.
Republicans are united on repealing President Obama's health care law, but agreeing on what to replace it with won't be easy.
The country faces a possible recession and a U.S. president-elect who may undo Obama's normalization.
Pilot error or a technical fault is likely to be the cause of the military plane crash into the Black Sea, officials said.
Pakistan's defense minister vows nuclear retaliation against Israel after apparently being tricked by a story on a fake news site.
"It has been the privilege of my life to serve as your commander in chief," the president tells service members in Hawaii.
The British pop superstar and ex-Wham! member, who sold well over 100 million albums, died at home, his publicist says.
Most of the Dakotas and southwest Minnesota were turning into an "icy, slippery mess" due to freezing rain.
The leader of the Catholic Church called for guns to fall silent in Syria in an address to a crowd of 10,000.
Now the president-elect exhibits the same behaviors for which he criticized Clinton.
There's unhappiness over the U.S. abstention in a U.N. resolution demanding an end to settlement-building.
An officer wrestled the mother of three to the ground after a discussion about her 7-year-old littering.
The magnitude 7.6 temblor prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people over tsunami fears.
It is rare for Elizabeth to not attend the cornerstone of the royal family's Christmas celebrations.