Meanwhile, Donald Trump has been selected as "Time" magazine's Person of the Year.
Trump's transition team doubles down on Taiwan call, terming it a "courtesy."
'Additional candidates' to be interviewed this week as the field widens beyond Romney, Giuliani, Petraeus, Corker.
Senator Chris Murphy tweets Trump's actions are 'major pivots in foreign policy' without planning, which is 'how wars start.'
Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote now exceeds 2.5 million.
Trump attacked the media, railed against globalization and vowed to close the borders to some Middle East migrants.
"Trust me, we're going to build a wall," Trump said Thursday, doubling down on his promise.
Indiana will give the company $7 million in tax incentives, and Carrier will invest $16 million in the state in exchange for keeping 1,000 jobs.
Anti-Trump protesters reveal post-feminism is still a distant ideal for America.
Trump and Pence travel to Cincinnati Thursday night as part of their 'thank you' tour before resuming transition meetings Friday.
Trump announces key cabinet positions and first stop on his "thank you tour."
Trump is keeping counsel with some of the most strident voices calling for an immigration crackdown in the country.
So far, Trump has appointed just three women to his cabinet.
So much for a quiet Thanksgiving weekend.
Former Trump campaign manager blitzes the Sunday news shows with message that Romney cannot be the choice for Secretary of State.
Mitt Romney is being considered for Secretary of State, but not everybody is happy.
Trump adds two cabinet nominees right before Thanksgiving.
The foundation acknowledged it had transferred income or assets to a disqualified person.
A spokesman for President Mauricio Macri has denied the report.
He spent millions to help put Donald Trump in the White House.