The president-elect went public this week to reassure Americans he’s on top of the economic crisis.
A Web-driven challenge to his legitimacy targets members of the Electoral College.
The Lone Star State is the last big GOP bastion where Hispanics are a sizable voting bloc.
The Illinois governor has promised to name someone before the end of the year.
The president-elect’s influence is altering both policy directions and the partisan tone in Congress.
The New York Fed president is known for his insights on ‘90s international crises.
Presidential dogs have served as distractions for the press, image enhancers, and even tools of foreign policy.
An auto bailout, a second stimulus package, and foreclosure help are on hold as Washington awaits the new administration.
Some raise questions, but most analysts – left and right – think she’s qualified.
He delivered ‘the goods,’ but his successor aims to do things the senator couldn’t, like open ANWR to drilling.
The vocal immigration reformer brings border-state experience to the post.
An experienced hand at Justice, he would shift priorities on detainees and domestic surveillance.
The post-election vote could tighten Democrats’ grip on Capitol Hill while giving GOP stars a chance to shine.