Trump's arrival on eve of inauguration ushers in 'real change' to Washington
Donald Trump's arrival in Washington Thursday on the eve of his inauguration as the 45th president snapped the capital city into its new reality, as the buoyant business mogul celebrated his unlikely political ascent with signature bravado and spontaneity.
Trump's transition has done little to calm the jitters
Trump At Lincoln Memorial Concert: 'You're Not Forgotten Anymore'
Trump pledges unity at concert prior to inauguration
Mnuchin weathers attacks on funds, foreclosures
Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin was supposed to be a big, fat target for Democrats. A former Goldman Sachs executive who later headed a bank that engaged in tough foreclosure practices during the financial crisis, he initially seemed like a ...
Steven Mnuchin, Treasury Nominee, Failed to Disclose $100 Million in Assets
Trump's treasury nominee defends foreclosure practices, ties to offshore entities
Mnuchin weathers stormy confirmation hearing
Mexico has extradited Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán after months of legal battles
FILE PHOTO: Joaquin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is escorted by soldiers during a presentation in Mexico City after his capture in January 2016. Thomson Reuters. The Mexican government said on Thursday evening that it had extradited Sinaloa cartel ...
Mexico extradites drug lord "El Chapo" to US
Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' Guzman is extradited to US
Mexico's El Chapo: From most wanted kingpin to extradited jailbird
US national security handover to Trump bumpy, officials say
Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Stephanie O'Sullivan answers questions during the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on the House-passed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act reform bill while on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 5 ...
Obama staffers stare into the abyss
Obama grants final 330 commutations to nonviolent drug offenders
What To Expect For Donald Trump's Inauguration
Senegal sends troops into Gambia to force longtime leader to step down
NAIROBI — Senegal announced that its troops entered neighboring Gambia on Thursday to force its longtime ruler, Yahya Jammeh, to step down, part of a bold West African regional effort to defend a democratic election won by the opposition. The ...
Gambia's New President Is Sworn In as Troops Enter the Country
Gambia crisis: Senegal sends in troops to back elected leader
Wide view of the Security Council. UN Photo/JC McIlwaine (file)
Rick Perry expresses 'regret' for pledging to abolish Energy Department
Former Texas governor Rick Perry, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to run the Energy Department, parried questions about climate change at his confirmation hearing Thursday morning, reversing his earlier skeptical stance but still balking when ...
8 Highlights from the Confirmation Hearings
Overnight Energy: Perry makes his case to lead Energy Dept. | Dems alarmed by spending cut plans
Rick Perry disavows DOE questionnaire sent by Trump team in Senate hearing
Obama's last transfer of Gitmo detainees, Trump inherits 41
Washington (CNN) The Pentagon announced Thursday that four more inmates were transferred out of the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, marking the final such transfer under President Barack Obama and leaving the facility's population at 41.
Obama Transfers 4 From Guantánamo, Leaving 41 There as Term Ends
'Worst of the worst' blocked Obama from keeping promise to close Gitmo
US transfers four Guantanamo inmates in waning hours of Obama tenure
A 5-Step Guide To Picking Out Your Armor For The Women's March
More than 200,000 people are expected to descend on Washington, D.C. the morning after President Trump's inauguration for the Women's March — around the same number as the 1963 March On Washington led by Martin Luther King. That will make it one ...
Why women are marching on Washington
A century after suffragists marched on Washington, feminism faces the same hurdle — race
Survey: Women will march in Washington, because it's still a man's world
The White House (blog)
The Reinvigoration of the Clemency Authority
The White House (blog)
With today's action, the President has granted more commutations than any president in this nation's history. Most commutations of any president in history. Today, the President granted commutation to 330 individuals. The President has now granted ...
President Obama Has Now Granted More Commutations than Any President in this Nation's History
Yellen Says Fed Not Behind the Curve, Backs Gradual Rate Rises
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen backed a strategy for gradually raising interest rates, arguing that the central bank wasn't behind the curve in containing inflation pressures but nevertheless can't afford to allow the economy to run too hot. “I ...
Yellen Sticks to Steady Outlook on Rates
How a one-two, Trump-Yellen punch may move interest rates
Yellen not worried about surge of inflation