The president-elect appointed two retired Marine officers and an Army officer to key positions in his administration.
Here's a potential new reality on planes: Listening to another passenger chatting on a mobile phone.
"Uh, I did it," Dylann Roof said in a recording played for the public for the first time at his death penalty trial.
"If it’s thought-provoking, I’ll put it up there and let the readers decide," said Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller.
U.S. officials have said they're "confident" that election-related cyber attacks were directed by the Russian government.
Rebel defenses have collapsed after a wide-ranging government offensive and an intensive aerial campaign.
"My parents thought that one thing about America is that their kids could do better than they were able to do," said one of the researchers.
Trump's campaign spent about $94 million in its final push for the White House, according to new reports.
"America is ... committed to a sovereign and secure Afghanistan," Ash Carter said during his surprise trip to the country.
In her first speech since losing the election, Hillary Clinton warns that false reports can have “real-world consequences.”
President-elect Donald Trump selected the former World Wrestling Entertainment executive to run the Small Business Administration.
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon, but he was not the celebrity that John Glenn was.
South Korean lawmakers vote to impeach President Park Geun-hye, a stunning fall for the country's first female president.
Ronald Bert Smith Jr., 45, was convicted of killing a convenience store clerk more than two decades ago.
The illegally occupied building where dozens of partygoers perished in a blaze may not have been checked for fire hazards.
The president-elect took on the somber task of consoling several people who were stabbed last week.
Andrew Puzder, chosen to lead the Labor Department, defended immigration reform three years ago.
The president-elect is asked to reject anti-Muslim policies he touted and reconsider appointments that will bring Islamophobic attitudes.
The president-elect typically receives far fewer intelligence briefings than his predecessors, sources say.
In 1962 the late astronaut became the first American to orbit the Earth, helping jump-start the nation's space program.
Reaction is swift to the selection of Scott Pruitt, a denier of mainstream climate science, to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
The mother of the Charleston, S.C., church shooting defendant collapsed during statements Wednesday, his attorney said in court documents.
With the prospect that the federal government could close at midnight Friday, the measure was approved 326-96.
The former space explorer and U.S. senator made history in 1962 as the first American to orbit the Earth.
Five years after her involvement with the former CIA director, Paula Broadwell is speaking out.
In most years since World War II, rates have inched up, thanks to medical advances, among improvements.
Sources say Trump will nominate Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, which operates the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee's chains.
The president-elect follows up criticism of the planes' cost by saying he'll engage with Boeing directly for any replacement fleet.
The U.S. surgeon general said in a new report that e-cigarettes are not harmless and too many teenagers are using them.
Chuck Jones says he started getting threats after Donald Trump slammed him on Twitter.
The president-elect and the president are striking a tone many did not expect just a few months ago.
Edgar Maddison Welch, who has admitted to opening fire inside Comet Ping Pong, says he "just wanted to do some good."
Trump's pick, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, is steeped in the importance of trade and the ways it benefits Americans.
“The first challenge in governing is to not blow up,” says former House speaker Newt Gingrich, one of Donald Trump’s closest allies.
At Starbucks Investor Day, Schultz said brick-and-mortar is dying—and announced plans to open 12,000 more stores.
He became the first American to orbit the Earth in 1962, then represented Ohio in the Senate from 1974 to 1999.
Terrance Coffie tells Katie Couric that before graduating from college, the only thing he'd ever completed was a prison term.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, rumored in the running for secretary of state, is making waves with his global comments.
The Fox News anchor is highly critical of Dan Scavino, saying he "really enjoys nastiness and threats."
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt fits with the president-elect's pledge to eliminate regulations on oil and gas drilling.