Starting in Ohio, the president-elect is speaking to adoring crowds who chant his name.
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Democrats call "radical" proposal "antithesis of efficiency."
Republican senators warn against “burrowing in” and new career hires who won’t help execute the next administration’s policies.
The president-elect has many questions -- and even a joke -- for the current president.
Agriculture's civil rights staffers claim improvements in long-standing culture clash.
Disclosure requirements for financial trading don't make for easy searching.
Seven senators have asked President Obama to declassify additional information about the Kremlin’s possible involvement.
The former critic of the president-elect changed his tune once he got to eat frog legs with the man.
Premium increases aren’t going away, and few reforms are being floated.
On the filibuster, foreign policy, and Cabinet picks, Republicans are already behaving more independently than Democrats did under President Obama.