Donald Trump is speaking with two voices on trade, one of the hot-button issues that propelled him to victory on Election Day.
Seven-year-old Bana Alabed, who was evacuated from Syria on Monday, became a symbol of the tragedy.
Donald Trump declared that he still plans to “drain the swamp” of alleged Washington corruption.
Asma Jama says she has no "ill feelings toward" the woman who smashed her in the face with a glass for speaking Swahili.
Every major terror attack on U.S. soil since 9/11 has been carried out by a legal permanent resident or an American citizen.
Eric Trump is worried that donations for his organization could be perceived as buying access to his father.
Trump's choice for secretary of state was driven by several superficial factors, the Washington Post reports.
Shares of the weight-loss company soar after Oprah says she lost more than 40 pounds since joining.
Despite his denials, the ex-NSA contractor remains in contact with intelligence services, a House panel asserts.
Donald Trump names his former campaign manager to a top West Wing position.
German officials had deemed Anis Amri a potential threat long before Monday's deadly truck attack.
Jerry Adler, Yahoo News' poet-in-residence, offers his impression of the year that is ending.
Major missteps or broken promises by the U.S. president-elect could awaken ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.
The same Russian hackers who targeted the Democratic National Committee have been linked to attacks on Ukrainian military forces.
Corey Lewandowski says his political consulting business will back candidates “who support the Trump agenda.”
The state’s legislators voted against repealing a law that has put the state at the center of a national debate over LGBT rights.
A 45-year-old black man is suspected of vandalizing and burning Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church a week before the election.
The president-elect appears to stand by his plans for a temporary ban on Muslims and the creation of a Muslim registry.
The amount the U.S. manufactures domestically has risen to record levels, but the number of people it employs has fallen.