Donald Trump has said he will turn management of his business interests over to family members. An adviser says the president-elect should consider removing himself completely from running his firms.
With issues ranging from privacy to trade, many leaders find themselves at odds with the president-elect's campaign stances. But CEOs say they'll look for ways to work with his administration.
Ifill was a veteran Washington journalist who covered seven presidential campaigns and moderated the vice presidential debates in 2004 and 2008.
Chinese food has long been seen as cheap takeout. Now a new generation of deep-pocketed immigrant restaurateurs aims to offer an updated spin on the Chinese restaurant, with prices to match the decor.
Apps like WhatsApp and Telegram are the latest to face crackdowns, a new report says. Two-thirds of Internet users live in countries that censor criticism of the government, military or rulers.
Ad campaigns of the first and second World Wars sold Americans on this surprising pairing. Despite a rocky history of breakups, the chemistry between these two flavors cannot be denied.
As Donald Trump begins his transition into the White House, David Greene talks to Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Peter Morici of the University of Maryland.
Donald Trump says he would undo NAFTA, which he calls the "worst trade deal ever." Economists say many jobs depend on U.S.-Mexico trade, but others say NAFTA has been bad for Mexico's economy.
The plan laid out by the president-elect is detailed — but different from what he promised during the campaign. His economic team says it will boost the middle class; several experts beg to differ.
The last time Wisconsin voted for a Republican for President was 1984. That all changed on November 8. We go to Kenosha County to ask why.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to ProPublica reporter Alec MacGillis about his reporting in white working class areas of Pennsylvania and Ohio, and how the opioid epidemic played into voters' decisions.
Young entrepreneurs developing products for older adults have found a way to get instant feedback. They move into senior housing so residents can test their products on the spot.
The president-elect vowed faster economic growth through business tax cuts and leasing federal lands for energy developments. Scott Simon speaks to economist Stephen Moore, one of Trump's advisors.
In Michigan and other Midwest states, many women say they'd love to see a female president someday, but a candidate's gender shouldn't be a reason to vote for her.
Donald Trump's victory in Indiana was even bigger than expected. Now, blue collar workers have high hopes that Trump can bolster manufacturing and bring back jobs from overseas, as promised.
Young entrepreneurs who develop products for older adults have found a way to get instant feedback: They simply move into senior housing, where residents can tests those products on the spot.
NPR journalists around the world weigh in on some of the most pressing international issues facing President-elect Donald Trump — from trade with China, relations with Russia and fighting ISIS.
Candidates promise all kinds of things. But once they get into office, it's not always possible to carry through on them. We ask, can Trump do the things he's pledged to do?
Republicans already have said they won't consider it in the lame-duck session. The pact would eliminate many tariffs and support tough protections for things like copyrights and intellectual property.
Residents of rural Pennsylvania turned to Donald Trump after feeling a growing level of economic anxiety. But they're going to be watching to see if he follows through on his promises in Washington.