Their CEOs visit Washington, trying a second time to win lawmaker approval for an auto industry bailout.
Keeping the Defense secretary allows Obama's team to move quickly on a foreign-policy challenges.
Not 'a minute to waste' in addressing economic woes, the president-elect says.
Some raise questions, but most analysts – left and right – think she’s qualified.
They pledge a more coordinated response to the global financial crisis, including stronger regulation.
A 2004 classified order authorized the military to attack Al Qaeda operatives around the globe. As many as a dozen raids occurred under this mandate.
He’s moving fast to build his governing team, but wants to avoid endorsing the policies of President Bush, whom he visits Monday.
The president-elect also pushes for a $25 billion bailout of the auto industry before he takes office.
The estimated 136 million Americans who voted are part of a radical transformation of American politics – and not just in terms of ideology and party identification.