Donald Trump's inaugural address, which is expected to take place in the middle of a full day of events, could have far reaching effects.
President-elect Trump and his family on Friday morning will travel with the Obama family from the White House to the Capitol for the swearing-in ceremony.
Unlike the president-elect, his No. 2, Mike Pence, is a known quantity in Washington, D.C.. So he could be a crucial bridge between Donald Trump and Capitol Hill. But how much influence will he have?
Once again, the world will watch the peaceful transition of power in the U.S. Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president. That has brought jubilation in conservative America.
Washington, D.C., is not just about government. It's a city with cultural and social scenes. The unofficial D.C. has been preparing for the Trump family's arrival.
As part of our Divided States follow-up, we hear from Trump supporter Jon Jackson, a veteran who owns a farm in Georgia, and Diana Font, a businesswoman and Republican, who voted for Hillary Clinton.
Steve Mnuchin ran into sharp criticism at his confirmation hearing on Thursday. Most of it had to do with his role as the CEO of a bank that critics say turned into a foreclosure machine.
The new administration is working with Congress to overhaul the health care system. Many more people have insurance since the Affordable Care Act. Donald Trump has promised "insurance for everybody."
David Greene talks to Chris Buskirk, publisher of the conservative blog "American Greatness," who was an early Trump backer, and he presents his own intellectual vision for a Trump-led country.
The morning after the presidential election, African-American novelist Attica Locke said she was "awake to what my country is telling me." How is she preparing for four years of Trump's presidency?
David Greene talks to John Podhoretz, who was a speechwriter for Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and now is editor of Commentary magazine about past inaugurations.
The transition to the Trump administration is likely to change the country's direction on key issues. We examine the national security, military and foreign policy environment Trump is inheriting.
Trump plans to move quickly after taking office to implement his agenda. Some actions will take the shape of executive orders. Others, legislation, which could move rapidly through a GOP Congress.
The president-elect's team has been sketching out plans for their first day, week and month in office. It includes action on trade, energy and of course, Obamacare.
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The incoming president has flirted with running for office since the 1980s. His message has been remarkably similar.
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Inauguration is full of tradition and fanfare, but the oath is the only part that is legally required for a new president to take office.
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The vice president-elect has often come in behind to calm, clarify or clean up. What will his role be in the Trump administration?
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The president-elect has settled some of the legal and regulatory disputes he's embroiled in, but critics say his actions don't go far enough.
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For Obama, race shaped both support and dissent, exposed the constraints of his office, and made the whiteness at the center of American politics permanently visible.
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"This journey began 18 months ago," Trump said after the concert. "I had something to do with it, but you had much more to do with it than I did. I'm the messenger. I'm just the messenger."
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