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.
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.
As part of a follow-up to our Divided States series, we hear from Trump supporter Jon Jackson, a veteran who owns a farm in Georgia, and Diana Font, a businesswoman and lifelong Republican, who voted for Hillary Clinton.
Steve Mnuchin ran into sharp criticism at his confirmation hearing. Most of it had to do with his role as the CEO of a bank that critics say turned into a foreclosure machine.
The transition from the Obama White House to the Trump administration is likely to change the country's direction on key issues.
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.
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."
What will America look like under Trump? 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.
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.
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.
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?
Wayne Barrett chronicled Donald Trump's rise on the New York scene. Barrett made his name as an investigative journalist at the Village Voice newspaper. We have a remembrance.
Santiago Ramon y Cajal's drawings, seen in a new book and exhibit this month, are a remarkable example of the seminal, creative, re-orienting significance of pictures in science, says Alva Noë.
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About 200,000 demonstrators are expected to march on the National Mall on Donald Trump's first full day as president. Organizers say they want the rights of all women to be expanded and protected.
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The Asian-American band's case, inextricably linked to the battler over a certain NFL team, leaves some activists torn. While inclined to stand with a fellow advocate, they wonder: At what cost?
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Concerns about mercury contamination have led many pregnant women to under-consume seafood. So the FDA issued a new chart explaining what to eat and what to avoid. But critics say it muddles matters.
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The Mexican government has extradited Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera to the United States. He will face charges connected to his leadership of one of Mexico's most powerful drug cartels.
Judge Teori Zavascki was a pivotal player in the huge Petrobras corruption scandal involving politicians and business executives. The government has called for three days of national mourning.
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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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Friday, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of a polarized United States. His inaugural address, expected in the middle of a full day of events, could have far-reaching consequences.
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