Dana Nessel's office did not outline specific threats against Wayne County Board of Canvassers. The probe was announced a day after Michigan certified that President-elect Joe Biden won the state.
More than 150 business leaders released a letter calling on President Trump to start the transition process, given the urgent need to tackle the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
As President Trump still refuses to concede, some Americans are fearful he's trampling democratic norms, while others trust the election process but fear lasting political extremism.
The president has taken a series of abrupt moves, firing the defense secretary and announcing troop cutbacks in Afghanistan and Iraq. Critics say these actions have no clear strategic goal.
The president-elect can undo many of Trump's tariffs with the stroke of a pen, but he's unlikely to do so now that the tenor of the U.S.-China relationship has changed.
The Senate is expected to vote this week on the controversial nomination of Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve's governing board. She appears to have support from a slim majority of senators.
President Trump is challenging the results of the presidential election, which his allies have compared to the contested race 20 years ago. But there are many differences between the two.
In the wake of election unrest, NPR wants to hear your hopes and ideas for moving forward as a nation.
Stampede Meat argues the closure violates President Trump's April 28 executive order, which aims to keep meat packing plants open during the pandemic.
President Trump has been tweeting, but his schedule has been empty since the election, and he hasn't spoken publicly since Thursday. He will visit Arlington National Cemetery to mark Veterans Day.
Secretary Esper has kept a letter of resignation on hand since the summer, when he and the president disagreed over the use of active duty troops to put down street protests.
Leaders in the Kremlin and Beijing, as well as in Mexico and Brazil, have conspicuously not congratulated the president-elect, instead waiting for legal challenges to be resolved.
The Trump administration has been marked by a scaled-back federal investment and involvement in U.S. health care. Biden's team has plans to change that — even if Republicans retain Senate control.
Coronavirus cases are surging around the country. How will Joe Biden manage the pandemic differently, once he takes office in January? Expect a more centralized U.S. response plan, his team says.
Years of the president talking about unsubstantiated election fraud has made many Republicans believe that vote tallies cannot be trusted. What will it take to make them think otherwise?