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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.
Trump still has over 600 nominees announce with less than 2 weeks until inauguration.
U.S. intelligence agencies tell the Trump Russia was behind election-related cyberattacks.
How do world leaders respond to Donald Trump's Twitter feed?
The Obama administration retaliates for Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
What Barack Obama accomplished and what remains undone after eight years.
Stories about President Obama's personal legacy from his two terms in office.
Just one elector has said he go against the wishes of his state and not vote for Trump.
U.S. intelligence agencies blame Russia for hacks meant to undermine the election.