Donald Trump's transition team is hitting some major speed bumps. From shifting on big promises like keeping lobbyists at arms length to major staff shakeups, the transition is off to a rocky start.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to New York Times reporter Eric Lipton about Rudy Giuliani's potential conflicts of interest should Donald Trump nominate him to a top cabinet post.
Who is Steve Bannon, the man with President-elect Donald Trump's ear in the White House? NPR's Steve Inskeep spoke with Breitbart editor Joel Pollak, a former colleague of Bannon's, to find out more.
Reports of infighting and dissension have plagued the transition team, with the ouster of advisers and the purging of lobbyists from the advisory group.
A fair number are Washington insiders, according to an organization chart of the team obtained by NPR. That's surprising for a candidate who pledges to "drain the swamp."
Nick Fugate has a cognitive disability, but held a job and was independent for years. Then he lost his dishwashing job and learned there are long delays getting help he needs from Medicaid in Kansas.
Many who work with the nation's poor worry that poverty will be forgotten under a Trump administration and the new Republican Congress.
President-elect Donald Trump has made clear that his future vice president will have a major role in governing.
Former Breitbard News CEO Steve Bannon called the organization "the platform for the alt right." Steve Inskeep talks to Breitbart senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak for his take on Bannon.
Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp." But consultants and lobbyists see a Congress and a city that is open for business. David Greene talks to John Feehery, a GOP strategist and consultant.
An estimated 4.2 million workers will become eligible to earn OT as a result of the new rule. But it's not clear for how long. President-elect Trump hasn't said what he'll do with the new regulations.
David Greene talks to Neera Tanden, president of the progressive think tank Center for American Progress, about how the Democratic Party regroups after losing the presidential election.
David Greene talks to African-American pastor Darrell Scott, who backed Donald Trump in the election. Scott's views drew criticism from other African-American leaders, but he stands vindicated today.
Donald Trump may be a champion of gun rights, but it turns out, the Obama years have been good for the U.S. gun industry. In Kansas, the prospect of a Clinton win sparked some to spend big on guns.
GOP governors are meeting in Orlando, Fla., this week to discuss how they hope to work with President-elect Trump and with their party's majority in Congress.
The National Rifle Association's to-do list for Congress and the new president includes easier access to silencers and the right to carry concealed firearms in all states with one permit.
In her book Settle For More, the Fox anchor shares scary and empowering moments covering the 2016 campaign. But Kelly says she doesn't regret not going up against Roger Ailes earlier.
President-elect Trump must quickly fill government departments with leaders who can help give shape to his economic vision. His transition team is considering candidates.
About 600 people signed an online petition saying the values Trump expressed during the campaign don't represent them.
No U.S. administration has ever officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but Trump has promised to do so — and move the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv.