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FBI Director James Comey discusses the Trump administration's connection to Russia.
The president held his first solo news conference.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers are facing angry constituents across the country.
The 9th Circuit rejects Trump bid to reinstate travel ban.
How will new Secretary of State Rex Tillerson impact American foreign policy?
The panel reports on the new world order of the Trump administration.
Trump signs executive order freezing refugee visas from predominantly Muslim countries.
What does Trump's first week in office say about America's place in the world?
The Senate confirmed two of Trump's national security cabinet nominations.
Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president, laying out a dark vision for America.
President Obama delivers and emotional farewell address in Chicago.
President-elect Trump's praise of Putin has cast a cloud over his transition.