Cabinet nominee Betsy DeVos indicates she is open to radically re-framing the government's role in education.
Last week WikiLeaks tweeted that its founder would "agree to U.S. extradition" if Chelsea Manning were given clemency.
Gen. James Cartwright was convicted of lying to the FBI as it probed a leak about efforts to sabotage Iran's nuclear program.
The advocacy group points to basic policy principles that will continue to be key for Americans 50 and older.
Public funds are involved, but so are private donations, which have increased markedly over the past 40 years.
In 2015, the president-elect told a radio host that he had met the Russian president, saying he "got along with him great."
As the IRS battle against fraud and identity theft intensifies, many needy taxpayers are getting caught in the middle.
The former Army intelligence analyst was sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified information in 2010 to WikiLeaks.
The detention facility at Guantánamo Bay won't close by the time the president leaves office, his press secretary admits.
Tom Price, the president-elect's choice for health secretary, is facing a call for an investigation into a vote he cast in 2016.
According to a new survey, abortions for women between 15-44 have reached their lowest rates since the passage of Roe v. Wade.
The country's high court rules that the political group does not pose an existential threat to the republic.
She is accused of knowingly aiding and abetting her husband, Omar Mateen, and misleading police.
Alleged airport gunman Esteban Santiago tells investigators he was under government mind control before claiming to be inspired by ISIS.
The president-elect fired off still more tweets ripping Rep. Lewis, four days after the initial assault.
Concerns have been raised since the death of a woman with a bacterial infection that resisted all FDA-approved treatments.
Colo, who became the oldest known living gorilla in the U.S., passed away in her sleep at the Columbus Zoo.
Jon Ralston, an expert on the Silver State, talks to Yahoo News about the election and his plan to change local news.
In the face of criticism from teachers unions, Betsy DeVos is strongly promoting alternatives to public schools.
A Nigerian air force jet mistakenly bombards a camp for those made homeless by Islamist jihadists.
Repeal of the ACA would mean many uninsured Americans and skyrocketing premiums for private insurance, a new CBO report finds.
Repeal of the ACA would mean many uninsured Americans and skyrocketing premiums for private insurance.
The president-elect says he has issues with the border adjustment element of the House Republican plan.
Wilbur Ross, who specialized in turning around troubled companies, eliminated a large number of American jobs as part of that effort.
Russia's president says the Obama administration is trying to "undermine the legitimacy of the president-elect."
In suspending their hunt for the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, officials end the most expensive, complex search in aviation history.
From Beyoncé to Bob Dylan, the event has never been short of A-listers to welcome a new president — until this year.
Officials played down any link between the operation and NATO concerns over Norway's Arctic neighbor.
President-elect Trump lashed out at critics in the intelligence community and Democrats who are vowing to skip his swearing-in ceremony.
Monica Crowley, the foreign policy adviser tapped for a White House job under the president-elect, will relinquish the post, a transition official said.
A dozen lawmakers have said they're skipping the event as a protest of the president-elect's plans for the country.
As vague as Trump's promises were, his message felt hopeful for the people of Erie, Pa.
President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize, an award he did not seek and arguably did not deserve, in 2009.
A Turkish cargo plane crashed in a residential area near the main Kyrgyz airport, killing people on the ground and in the plane.
Though he was known as a man of love and peace, Martin Luther King Jr. conveyed his message with increasing urgency.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has compiled a long and growing list of grievances with the president-elect.
The transfer is part of President Obama's effort to reduce the number of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.
He'll soon unveil a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare that will leave no one without coverage, he says in an interview.
The failure to fully seal up tunnels dug by drug smugglers is an "open invitation" for cartels to reactivate them, U.S. officials say.