Flynn's Empty Immunity Plea Means He Has Little to Say
If he had something good, Flynn would approach prosecutors quietly and reach a deal.
U.S. Hopes to Start NAFTA Renegotiation Talks Soon
During his election campaign, Trump threatened to pull out of NAFTA, which he views as damaging to U.S. workers, unless it was renegotiated to his liking.
Senate Confirms Wilbur Ross for Commerce Secretary
The U.S. Senate voted 72-27 to confirm the 79-year-old corporate turnaround expert's nomination, with strong support from Democrats.
Trump Nominees Ross, Chao Advance in Senate
The commerce and transportation secretary nominees are likely to face little resistance to approval by the full Senate.
Trump Appointees Will Get Jobs First, Clearances Later
President-elect Donald Trump and his Senate Republican allies are demanding confirmations at a record pace.
Trump Relegates Free Trade to the Doghouse
With three protectionists in charge, U.S. trade policy is descending into darkness.
Today in Trump Transition: Billionaire Cabinet Picks
Trump announces key cabinet positions and first stop on his "thank you tour."