President-elect Donald Trump has been involved as plaintiff or defendant in more than 4,000 lawsuits over the past 3 decades. He settled a class-action suit last week by Trump University customers.
President-elect Donald Trump spent the weekend trying to figure out the rest of the key positions for his administration, while President Obama finished his last overseas trip in Lima, Peru.
Donald Trump promises to be the most aggressively pro-Israel president ever. His embrace of an adviser whose media enterprise is tainted by anti-Semitism allegations has some Jewish leaders concerned.
Donald Trump is expected to name soon appointees to head the departments of Defense and State. David Greene talks to Michèle Flournoy, who served in the Defense Department under President Obama.
As Donald Trump considers his pick for secretary of Health and Human Services, and mulls what to do with the Affordable Care Act, David Greene talks to Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, an Obamacare architect.
Prosecutors in South Korea will question President Park on allegations of corruption and cronyism. The move comes in the wake of massive protests calling for the president to step down.
Closing out his final overseas trip, Obama said he'd avoided ethical scandals by trying to follow the spirit, not just the letter, of the law and suggested Trump would be wise to follow his example.
Potential appointments dropped by Donald Trump's New Jersey golf course Sunday, but the only concrete news came from New York: His wife and son will not move to the White House with him right away.
President-elect Donald Trump picked Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general. Georgetown law professor and former federal prosecutor Paul Butler discusses the next chapter for the Justice Department.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the most important voice for liberal democracy in Europe, announced on Sunday that she will run for another term in 2017.
With the future of U.S. trade deals in flux under President-elect Trump, Financial Times reporter Shawn Donnon discusses President Obama's meetings with world leaders at an economic summit in Peru.
President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general — and Sessions' prior comments have many people in the multibillion-dollar marijuana industry worried.
The white nationalist group held a conference in D.C. this weekend after Trump's unlikely victory for president. Now, the controversial believers say they can be "an intellectual vanguard" for Trump.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen was recently elected to the Senate, and was picked to lead the Senate Democrats' campaign efforts in 2018. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to the Senator-elect about working with this new administration.
After a divisive election season, maybe it's time to curl up and escape with a good book. Weekend Edition editor Barrie Hardymon has some suggestions.
A week before the election NPR's Rachel Martin talked with a group of suburban women from across the political spectrum about the election. This week we went back.
The president-elect has said he'll put his three oldest children in charge of his assets. Rachel Martin talks to Washington Post reporter Drew Harwell about potential ethical issues that presents.
President-elect Donald Trump has made two top national security appointments. Rachel Martin speaks with retired Gen. Keane about what those choices say about his administration's foreign policy.
Retired four-star general Jack Keane tells NPR that he declined Trump's offer for personal reasons — and that he recommended retired generals James Mattis and David Petraeus for the job.
We asked how your social media habits changed after the election. More than 150 of you replied — and most are tired, deleting apps, unfriending people, tuning out politics or worried for family ties.