The budding new alliance between Donald Trump and congressional Republicans hides a tougher reality: Even with unified GOP control of Washington, the president-elect's priorities may have trouble getting through Congress.
President-elect Donald Trump took a triumphant tour of the nation's capital Thursday, holding a cordial White House meeting with President Barack Obama, sketching out priorities with Republican congressional leaders and taking in the majestic view from where he'll be sworn in to office.
Donald Trump's attorneys on Thursday agreed to enter settlement talks in a class-action fraud lawsuit involving the president-elect and his now-defunct Trump University, raising the possibility of a quick end to the 6 ½-year-old case just before it goes to trial.
They were the lucky ones who managed to make it home from Vietnam. Now, a half century later, some veterans are finding out they, too, are victims of the war.
Government weather forecasters say La Nina is here.
One country, two tribes, the United States elected in turn Barack Obama, then a president as opposite to him as can be.
The true test now begins for Donald Trump.
Despite losing Tuesday's presidential election, Hillary Clinton appears to be on pace to win the popular vote, an ironic twist in an election in which her opponent repeatedly said the system was rigged against him.
A day after Donald Trump's election to the presidency, campaign divisions appeared to widen as many thousands of demonstrators -- some with signs with messages declaring "NOT MY PRESIDENT" -- flooded streets across the country to protest his surprise triumph.
Donald Trump's stunning victory against Hillary Clinton in the presidential election Tuesday was a final twist in a made-for TV thrill ride -- and a stern lesson to journalists to avoid leaping to conclusions.
The number of Americans living in states with recreational marijuana more than tripled after at least three states voted to fully legalize the drug.
Republican power in state capitols will be at its strongest levels in nearly a century when several newly elected governors take office next year.
Republicans held onto their slim Senate majority, a stinging blow to Democrats in a night full of them.
Republicans retained their lock on the House for two more years as GOP candidates triumphed in a checkerboard of districts in Florida, Virginia and Colorado that Democrats had hoped Donald Trump's divisive comments about women and Hispanics would make their own.
Filling a void created by congressional inaction, voters in a scattering of states tightened gun control laws and approved increases in the minimum wage.
Election Day came and went with no obvious signs of the catastrophic problems some had feared, including large-scale fraud, intimidation or hacking.
The nation's leading airlines are confident they can handle higher Thanksgiving travel this year partly because more people have signed up for quick-screening programs that are designed to keep airport security lines moving.
We'll know soon enough who won. We already know the prize: A big, ugly wound in the heart of American politics.
The usual tension of a presidential election has a twist this year -- questions about the integrity of the election itself.
Print newspapers may be disappearing like the home telephone, but not after Election Day.
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