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The president-elect, who continues to fill his cabinet, will travel to Indiana this week to announce the saving of 1,000 factory jobs.
He never ran a large organization or showed himself to be an accomplished economist. But he is very much a part of the firmament of the finance world.
Ms. Pelosi, who is expected to win re-election as House minority leader, has become a stand-in for complaints that Democrats have failed to court working-class voters.
An “exclusive” luncheon with cabinet appointees, an “intimate” dinner with the vice president-elect and more are available — for donors who give enough.
The Supreme Court seemed to lean toward sparing an inmate’s life because of problems with Texas’ legal definition of intellectual disability.
Benjamin J. Rhodes, a deputy national security adviser, will join the top American diplomat in Cuba at the funeral, an official said, citing the countries’ “complicated” relationship.
Paid family leave is an issue that has gained growing bipartisan support, but the details could prove contentious.
The president-elect is still trying decide who will be his secretary of state, but he can’t stop Tweeting.
Mr. Obama has visited the military hospital nearly two dozen times, trips that have affected him deeply and that have inspired the injured.
Stock traders have bid up equity prices based on a risky proposition: that Donald J. Trump will steer Republicans in a U-turn away from tightfisted policies.
Ms. Conway’s criticism of Mitt Romney was expected to draw fury from President-elect Donald J. Trump. But she is not a typical aide.
Congress will vote this week on a measure that is the product of years of debate over health care policy issues, including the unwieldy mental health care system and opioid abuse.
Well-known artists staged an orderly protest outside the Puck Building, where Ivanka Trump resides, expressing objections to her father’s policies.
Though reversing Donald J. Trump’s Electoral College majority is a long shot, a move to challenge the election results is advancing.
Mr. Issa defeated Doug Applegate, a retired Marine colonel, to retain his seat after his first truly competitive race in more than 15 years.
The six-term Republican congressman from Georgia has led opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
There are many reasons Donald J. Trump’s claim doesn’t withstand scrutiny.
Mr. Petraeus, a retired general and former C.I.A. director, has emerged as a new contender after bitter internal feuding over the State Department post.
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Federal law, international pressure and resistance from inside the C.I.A. stand in the way of Donald J. Trump using brutal interrogation tactics.