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One by one, each of these potential candidates put their heads down Friday and vowed to get to work challenging Trump’s administration.

A shared tweet about crowd sizes apparently made someone at the Interior Department nervous enough to stand down dozens of official Twitter accounts.

Senate Democrats agreed to hold confirmation votes Friday for Gen. James Mattis and Gen. John F. Kelly, tapped respectively to lead the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

The decision to include a detailed list of the first lady's media appearances had been unusual.

Rep. Tom Price shies away the president-elect's vow to have "insurance for everybody."

In the video, President Obama also urged his supporters to put the end of his presidency in perspective. “Democracy is bigger than any one person.”

Blunt and Schumer will effectively be the masters of ceremony for the swearing-in that starts in the late morning and at the gala luncheon held afterward in Statuary Hall.

The latest on the transition.

For President Obama's remaining aides, Thursday provided a fine opportunity for a scavenger hunt.

We spoke with Vanita Gupta, outgoing head of the agency's civil rights division.

Trump passes over the nation's largest minority group, ending a three-decade streak of at least one Latino at the table in the Cabinet Room.

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