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The right-wing, Law and Justice Party says it wants to give Poles back their identity and values. Supporters welcome Donald Trump's election, but not his coziness with Moscow.

One mosque in central New Jersey is trying to figure out its place in the community — and in America — after the election of Donald Trump.

New Yorker writer Evan Osnos talks about the executive orders and other actions that Trump can use to undo existing agreements on climate change, immigration and foreign policy.

Facebook is under fire for fake news — articles that are not true, but go viral anyway — on its website. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says fake news isn't a problem, but Facebook is taking steps to block it.

If Trump keeps his promise to do away with the Iran deal, it won't be the first time a Republican administration drops an arms deal inked by Democrats. Something similar happened under George W. Bush.

The Yashim detective series features an intrepid sleuth chasing mysteries in 19th century Istanbul. He cooks while he puzzles over clues. Readers who clamored for the recipes have gotten their wish.

As a candidate, Donald Trump said he'd limit the number of refugees the United States takes in, perhaps end resettlement from Syria and even expel some current refugees. How will he proceed?

Pollsters across the ideological spectrum predicted Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 presidential election. They got it wrong. But one man did not: historian Allan Lichtman.

Donald Trump has said he will turn management of his business interests over to family members. An adviser says the president-elect should consider removing himself completely from running his firms.

With issues ranging from privacy to trade, many leaders find themselves at odds with the president-elect's campaign stances. But CEOs say they'll look for ways to work with his administration.

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