The vice president-elect will replace New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, as Trump moves quickly to piece together his administration. Christie will stay on as a vice chairman.
The startup Brigade built an app that asks a simple question: Which candidate are you going to vote for? The company's data pointed to a big crossover effect: Democrats voting for Trump in droves.
He mostly ignored this region on the campaign trail, but the president-elect will find much to worry about. War, terrorism, corruption, tensions between nuclear-armed neighbors — it's all there.
President Obama met with his successor, Donald Trump, at the White House on Thursday in the latest chapter of the peaceful transition of power in American democracy.
The Russian leader congratulates Donald Trump and holds out the prospect of cooperation. But with friction on several fronts, it's not clear how they will reduce tensions.
Trump casually tossed out provocative foreign policy pronouncements during his campaign. From Vladimir Putin to the Taliban, many abroad are watching closely to see what Trump will do in office.
Eight years ago, the future of race relations in America looked, well, hopeful. Today, it's a different picture. Where are we headed from here?