Donald Trump's charitable foundation admitted on a tax form to violating a legal prohibition on "self-dealing," according to The Washington Post. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to reporter David Fahrenthold about the discovery.
Various reporters and editors from The New York Times met with President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with reporter Mike Grynbaum about the meeting.
Trump's video was notable as much for what was left out as what he talked about. Much of it wasn't new, but there was no talk of repealing Obamacare or building a wall.
The foundation has been accused of "self-dealing" by using its funds to pay off debts that Donald Trump incurred in his business dealings.
President-elect Donald Trump had a wide-ranging talk with New York Times journalists. He disavowed the alt-right and also dismissed concerns about his potential conflicts of interests.
The U.K. prime minister's office rejects the suggestion, pointing out that it already has an ambassador in Washington. A Downing Street spokesman says dryly: "There is no vacancy."
Many say the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance is beyond anything they've experienced before. But there are preludes in Native American history, and you don't have to look too far back to find them.
Trump has financial stakes in multiple countries where he'll face tough foreign policy choices. How does he separate U.S. interests from his business interests?
On Tuesday, Donald Trump claimed the Times had changed the terms of the meeting. The paper says it was caught by surprise by the tweet, and that it was Trump's team that was attempting to alter terms.
Utica has been shaped for decades by its policy of welcoming refugees. People there say the fear many Americans feel over new Muslim immigrants doesn't match their community.
Since 1892, Vigo County in Indiana has voted for the winning presidential candidate in every election but two. What did the voters there see about Donald Trumps candidacy?
David Greene talks to former Rep. Barney Frank about President-elect Donald Trump's possible economic appointees, and the potential dismantling of the Dodd-Frank Act by the incoming administration.
David Greene talks to political operative David Brock about his plans to organize wealthy Democratic donors against Donald Trump. Brock has invited donors to a retreat of sorts this winter in Florida.
U.S.-Philippine relations have been rocky. The new trade envoy tasked with improving them is a Philippine real estate magnate who's already working with Donald Trump on a major building project.
Rudy Giuliani is a leading contender for secretary of state in a Trump administration, but as mayor of New York he waded into conflicts with Yasser Arafat and parking scofflaws at the United Nations.
The President-elect met at Trump Tower with executives and anchors from all five major TV networks, where he complained about "unfair coverage" before taking questions about his political intentions.
A report from one of the country's best known journalists says President-elect Donald Trump asked President Mauricio Macri for help with permits at a construction project in Buenos Aires.
Rep. John Lewis says he almost cried when he realized his visit to Nashville included an unexpected gift. Leaders presented him with an artifact from his early days of civil rights activism.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, about his experience on the Trump transition team and his decision to leave the team last week.
President-elect Trump has said a top priority is to freeze hiring for the federal government. But even those who support reducing the federal workforce say that a freeze can have unintended effects.