Contrary to what education pick Betsy DeVos said at a Senate hearing, no guns are allowed at Wapiti Elementary School.
Donald Trump's proposed Cabinet is composed mostly of white men, and it's the first since Ronald Reagan's not to include a Latino.
High-risk HPV can cause cancer in the mouth and upper throat, cervical cancer in women, and other cancers.
Connie and Kris Mayhew, who are hopeful for the future, broke with most of their New Mexico neighbors during the election.
President Obama brought his total number of commutations granted to 1,715, more than any other president in U.S. history.
Republican governors who turned down billions from Medicaid expansion now hope Congress will come up with a new health care plan.
The president-elect arrives a day ahead of his inauguration as the capital braces for an onslaught of crowds and demonstrators.
Former President George H.W. Bush remains in intensive care with pneumonia; his wife is being treated for bronchitis.
It's a plain, bulging leather satchel, but inside it has the ominous power to unleash a nuclear armageddon.
Steven Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs exec., tells senators that he worked hard to assist homeowners.
The incoming administration will keep staff for assistance on issues like fighting ISIS, international sanctions, and counterterrorism.
John Roberts will be the first chief justice in history to swear in a president who has so frequently and personally insulted him.
Rick Perry, the president-elect's energy secretary nominee, tells a Senate committee he no longer wants to abolish the Energy Department.
Before dismissing a reporter, the owner of an Arkansas gun and barber shop says he wants Trump to "restore and uphold the Constitution."
Trump's pick to run the Energy Department fields inquiries from senators about creating jobs and bolstering U.S. security.
An iconic high-rise building in downtown Tehran collapsed following a fire, killing at least 30 firefighters.
An avalanche buries a four-star hotel in central Italy after a series of strong earthquakes in the area.
Donald Trump’s election repudiates the political establishment's long-cherished ideal of an essential, expansive America.
The president has had a shifting response over the years when asked to assess his failures.
Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue served on Donald Trump's agricultural advisory committee during his campaign.
Wilbur Ross is the president-elect's point man on trade, and he gave some important clues during his confirmation hearing.
In his final press conference, the outgoing president defends the press corps that President-elect Donald Trump likes to bash.
The South Carolina governor differs sharply with the president-elect on a range of issues, including the importance of the United Nations.
Trump's choice to run the Environmental Protection Agency insisted that his "personal opinion" was "immaterial" to his job.
Earth sweltered under the hottest temps in modern times for a third year in a row, raising concerns about the pace of climate change.
About 69 percent of U.S. adults believe the president-elect's Twitter-happy fingers could cause major unintended consequences.
The president spoke about his controversial decision to commute the sentence of the WikiLeaks source.
The president-elect's inaugural address will be closely tracked by markets that have pinned hopes on his agenda.
Donald Trump's choice to be the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. backs a decision sure to be controversial.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, an Iraq War veteran, made a fact-finding mission to the capital, Damascus.
Wilbur Ross reveals during his Senate confirmation hearing that he let go one of his household staff over a lack of documentation.
The $200 billion issue's level varies as you cross the country, with Louisiana topping the undesirable list.
Steve Mnuchin's role as a bank owner who foreclosed on thousands of customers’ homes despite a federal bailout will face intense scrutiny.
The NSA whistleblower's residence permit has been extended for three more years, according to a spokesperson.
According to national exit polls, 80 percent of self-described evangelicals voted for Trump.
Rep. Tom Price is grilled by senators about his health care investments and Obamacare repeal.
Some view the president-elect's Twitter tirades as purely instinctive, while others see them as the work of a master manipulator.
Yahoo's Lisa Belkin continues her discussion with neighbor Chris Fresiello about Donald Trump and the election.