Joe Biden Leaves The Door Open For A 2020 RunVice President Joe Biden said Monday he might not be going anywhere just yet, leaving the door open to a presidential run in 2020.
Gov. Christie Signs Bill, Forgiving College Loans If Student DiesGov. Chris Christie on Monday signed legislation allowing certain New Jersey student loans to be forgiven if the borrower dies.
Donald Trump Meets With Al Gore On Climate ChangeGore told reporters after the meeting that he met with Trump himself after seeing Ivanka.
Green Party Campaign Wants Judge To Order Recount, Forensic Audit Of PA Voting MachinesCounsel for Jill Stein want a federal court judge to call for an immediate recount of paper ballots in optical scan counties
Trump Taps Ben Carson For HUD SecretaryDr. Ben Carson will be nominated as the next secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Trump transition team announced Monday.
Trump Speaks With Taiwan's President, Seen As Break From 'One China' PolicyThe move is seen as one that could trigger a diplomatic disagreement with China, which claims the island as part of its own country.
Natalie Portman: Trump's Victory Has Energized People 'In A New Way'Natalie Portman is finding a silver lining in Donald Trump becoming the next president.
Leon Panetta: I Like 'Mad Dog' Mattis 'A Lot'Leon Panetta is a fan of President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of defense.
'Rather Lose Than Win The Way You Did' Insults Fly When Trump, Clinton Aides MeetThe campaign managers for Republican President-elect Donald Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton clashed,
Trump Says He's Picking James Mattis For Secretary Of DefenseDonald Trump will nominate retired Marine Gen. James Mattis as his secretary of defense, the President-elect announced Thursday.
President Obama Lights National Christmas Tree For Final TimePresident Barack Obama rang in the holidays for the final time at the White House, lighting the National Christmas tree Thursday evening.
Newsweek's Copies Of 'Madam President' Selling On eBay For Up To $1,500Supporters of Hillary Clinton apparently still have a chance to get a since-recalled commemorative edition of Newsweek that was set to be released if the Democrat won the presidential election.