He mostly ignored this region on the campaign trail, but the president-elect will find much to worry about. War, terrorism, corruption, tensions between nuclear-armed neighbors — it's all there.
Margot Gerster was hiking through the woods in Chappaqua when she ran into someone else doing the same thing: Hillary Clinton. She was thrilled to get a photo taken with Hillary by Bill.
The president-elect called the alliance "obsolete" and said European countries weren't paying their share. This has created hand-wringing in the bedrock institution of Western security.
The head of NATO says he's looking forward to working with President-elect Donald Trump. In July, candidate Trump questioned whether the U.S. would maintain its commitments to the organization.
Renee Montagne talks to Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva about the impact on the Democratic Party of Hillary Clinton's loss to Donald Trump. He was a Bernie Sanders supporter before rallying behind Clinton.
After spending months on the campaign trail blasting Washington and the government, President-elect Donald Trump is preparing to take the reins. He met with President Obama and congressional leaders.
After a campaign unprecedented in its divisiveness and partisanship, faith leaders face great challenges in any effort to promote reconciliation and healing.
Renee Montagne talks with Paul Reickhoff, founder and CEO of the nonprofit group, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, about what a Donald Trump presidency means for veterans.
CEOs of the largest Internet companies have congratulated President-elect Trump — or at least expressed openness to the new administration. But one member of the Silicon Valley elite broke rank.
As Bernie Sanders' supporters come to terms with Donald Trump's upset victory this week, many of them say their candidate could have defeated him — but he was just never given the chance.
Talk radio host Charlie Sykes speaks to David Greene about what Donald Trump's win means for the future of the Republican party. Sykes was a leading voice in the "Never Trump" movement.
Women lit up social media with warnings that birth control may become harder to get under the Trump administration. Gynecologists and Planned Parenthood centers say they're getting more calls.
The transition between the 44th and 45th president is already consuming Washington.
NPR reporters and editors add context to the legislation and other proposals that the president-elect said he wants to introduce in his first 100 days in office.
Thursday trading centered on areas in which the new administration plans to loosen regulations or increase spending. Financials and pharmaceuticals were up, as were defense and infrastructure stocks.
The startup Brigade built an app that asks a simple question: Which candidate are you going to vote for? The company's data pointed to a big crossover effect: Democrats voting for Trump in droves.
For six years, the Dodd-Frank Act has been rolling out rules intended to tame inappropriate risk-taking by banks. The Trump transition team now says the new administration will "dismantle" the law.
Schock faces 24 counts including wire fraud and theft of public funds. The indictment alleges he lost more than cost the federal government, his campaign, and others more than $100,000.
The election of Donald Trump to the presidency has emboldened police around the country, who say they have been under siege. They are hopeful about what his presidency will mean for them.
Three states — California, Nevada and Massachusetts — have voted to legalize recreational marijuana. That means about one in five Americans now live in a state where marijuana is legal. Still, some in the cannabis industry are worried about the election results.