Baltimore City Council Takes Action Against President-Elect TrumpJust days before Donald Trump heads to Baltimore, the City Council has taken action against the new leader.
Hillary Clinton Warns About Hoax News On Social MediaThousands of fabricated stories were shared millions of times on social media this election season...
President-elect Trump Taps Former General To Head Homeland SecurityTrump taps retired four-star Gen. John Kelly to head Homeland Security.
Trump Taps Charter School Backer DeVos For Education SecretaryPresident-elect Donald Trump has chosen charter school advocate Betsy DeVos as his secretary of education.
The Latest: Trump Offers Housing Secretary Job to Ben CarsonPresident-elect Donald Trump has formally offered retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson the position of secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Trump Children's Roles Blur Line Between Transition, CompanyThe children are poised to wield incredible influence over their father, even if they don't follow him to Washington.
Sen. Sessions, Rep. Pompeo Picked By Trump For Top JobsPresident-elect Donald Trump is moving ahead with filling key posts in his administration.
Former Governor Martin O'Malley Not Seeking DNC ChairmanshipAfter previously announcing his consideration for the Democratic National Committee Chairmanship, former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley announced that he will not be seeking the position.
Trump To Huddle With Pence As He Nears Cabinet Decisions Sequestered in his Manhattan high-rise, Donald Trump was huddling Tuesday with Vice President-elect Mike Pence as he moved closer to filing out his Cabinet.
Trump Names Priebus, Bannon To Senior White House RolesPresident-elect Donald Trump named Republican Party chief Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff and conservative media owner Stephen Bannon as his top presidential strategist, two men who represent opposite ends of the unsettled GOP.
Trump May Revisit 'Trump Country' During Victory TourDonald Trump may take a victory tour to states that elected him president, an aide said Saturday.
Maryland Officials Hopeful Trump Presidency Won't Hurt StatePresident-elect Donald Trump found little support in Maryland, where even the Republican governor disavowed him. Now Maryland officials hope long-running benefits from the state's proximity to the nation's capital won't suffer under a Trump administration.