Incoming White House chief of staff talked on "Face the Nation" about unverified claims millions voted illegally, Mitt Romney, and Taiwan
The latest news on what's going on with the presidential transition - Trump kicked off victory tour with defense secretary pick; advisers clash with Clinton aides
The president-elect praised President Nazarbayev, a despot who has ruled Kazakhstan for nearly three decades
Michigan is the third state in which Green Party candidate Jill Stein is expected to request a recount
At odds during campaign, House Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump are "fine" now and talk almost daily, Ryan tells Scott Pelley
Jeff Sessions tapped to serve as attorney general in trio of picks for Donald Trump's national security team
New Zealand’s popular Prime Minister John Key had been widely expected to contest his fourth general election next year
Matteo Renzi had pledged to quit if voters rejected the reforms he said would have modernized Italy
The president-elect cautioned on Twitter that companies moving out of the U.S. will be making a very "expensive mistake"
President-elect is expanding his search for secretary of state, leaving unclear whether former CIA Director David Petraeus’ guilty plea disqualifies him to serve as the nation’s top diplomat
In "60 Minutes" interview, the House speaker discusses Donald Trump's latest immigration plans
Reince Priebus discusses the possibility of imposing a tariff on Carrier exports for outsourcing jobs to Mexico.
The House minority leader weighs in on the areas Democrats can work with the president-elect and the direction of the party
The president-elected continued his Twitter lashing of popular comedy show, calling latest send-up of him "sad"
Trump transition team adviser discusses the secretary of state contender, national security issues, and the latest deal with Carrier
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani promised “prompt response” if U.S. sanctions are extended by 10 years
Former defense secretary talks to "Face the Nation" about the president-elect, the importance of daily intelligence briefs, and Mitt Romney
Russian president explains why he thinks the U.S. president-elect is a "clever man," as others fret over his geopolitical choices
The State Board of Elections dismissed a complaint originating from a rural North Carolina county that could have prevented scores of ballots from being counted
Hours after dropping the state court case, the Green Party said late Saturday night it will seek an emergency federal court order for the recount
Austria, which holds presidential election Sunday, among first to test staying power of right-wing populism in Europe
Donald Trump calls out Rexnord Bearings in Indianapolis for "rather viciously firing" its workers
In deference to Beijing, no American president-elect has spoken to a Taiwanese leader since the late 1970s
Donald Trump's call with Taiwan leader could open rift between China, U.S. before president-elect takes office
For Vladimir Putin, sanctions relief is gateway to goal of establishing Russia as political, economic equivalent of U.S.
Donald Trump seems to give endorsement to bloody drug war being waged by President Rodrigo Duterte
If put in charge of the Veterans' Administration, the 2012 GOP nominee could use his unique skill set to save lives
Two pro-Trump political action committees and a Wisconsin voter filed a lawsuit on Thursday to stop the recount, saying it is unconstitutional