President-elect Donald Trump may transition from his personal Twitter account @realdonaldtrump to the White House’s Twitter account.
Elaine Chao, who will be Donald Trump’s Transportation Secretary and is married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Here’s a look at their relationship.
Elaine Chao, the new secretary of transportation, has a rich family history and five younger siblings: Jeanette, May, Christine, Grace, and Angela.
In an interview, Justice Antonin Scalia explained why he has voted for protecting those who burn the American flag. Donald Trump wants to punish those who do.
Donald Trump has selected Tom Price, Republican chairman of the House Budget Committee and Obamacare critic, as his secretary of Health and Human Services.
President-Elect Donald Trump will soon be holding a “thank you tour” consisting of several rallies in key battleground states. Where is he headed?
Donald Trump tweeted that he will jail and strip the citizenship of anyone who burns the American flag. Here’s why that’s protected under the First Amendment.
Election recount 2016 costs are estimated in the millions, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein received $6 million in donations. Where will the recount money go?
The final Electoral College tally is in for the 2016 election, and Kellyanne Conway calls Donald Trump’s victory historic and a “landslide.” Is she right?
KT McFarland, a former Ronald Reagan official, has been announced as Donald Trump’s deputy national security advisor.
Donald Trump issued a statement on the Ohio State University attack, which left nine people stabbed. The suspect has been identified as a Somali man.
President Barack Obama is now a lame duck president, but he’s still getting high approval ratings in polls, but still not as high as Ronald Reagan’s at the end of his second term.
Today in New York City, President-Elect Donald Trump will meet with some of his possible cabinet appointments including David Petraeus and Paul Atkins.
Without citing any evidence, Donald Trump claimed there was voter fraud in New Hampshire. He’s not the first Republican to be concerned about it.
In a Sunday tweetstorm spanning four hours, Donald Trump falsely claimed there is evidence that widespread voter fraud took place in the 2016 election.