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Stephen Sestanovich: No job interview is going to settle every detail of administration policy, but some issues should be aired in advance, so the secretary-designate knows the president-elect’s mind.
President-elect Donald Trump's incoming White House chief of staff said Sunday the new administration will be careful to avoid any wrongdoing related to Mr. Trump's extensive private business interests.
A central part of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign was his use of social media to weigh in on issues surrounding him – large and small – and he did it again on Saturday morning.
President-elect ’s transition team isn’t scheduled to focus on NASA or broader space-policy issues for a week or perhaps longer, but that hasn’t stopped various factions inside and outside the agency from lining up behind opposing strategies. As debate heats up over whether sending manned missions to the moon or Mars should be the primary […]
Stephen Sestanovich: You can play rough with friends or with adversaries, but not with both.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren continued raising concerns about President-elect Donald Trump's transition moves, criticizing 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his plans to meet with Mr. Trump.
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer vowed a thorough vetting of Jeff Sessions as a possible attorney general and calling statements made by the Trump's pick for a top national security post "very, very troubling."
A review of the tweets from retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn show a freewheeling use of social media that included sharp criticism of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and support for stopping Muslim immigration, while sometimes sharing unproven conspiracy theories.
Senator-elect Chris Van Hollen of Maryland has been selected to direct the Senate Democrats’ campaign arm for the 2018 cycle.
Trump adviser Steve Bannon said he is an “economic nationalist,” rejecting characterizations that he is a “white nationalist” who should be barred from a government post.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) told a gathering of conservative lawyers Friday that with Donald Trump’s election, they would soon take the reins of government—and bear responsibility if Republican control in Washington left supporters disappointed.
The factory that made campaign hats for many of this year’s presidential candidates — and got a boost in orders for its “Make Donald Drumpf Again” parody hats — has filed for bankruptcy protection. Officials at Unionwear got special permission from a federal judge on Thursday to spend restricted cash on payroll for its 151 […]
Aaron David Miller: The nation's top diplomat needs to be an actor, teacher, tactician, confidant--and able to intimidate. Most of these qualities are natural and instinctive, rather than learned.
A revolving door of important people have been meeting with President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team at Trump Tower this week. WSJ's Damian Paletta writes about a day spent reporting in the skyscraper's lobby.
HERE’S A LOOK AT THE DAY AHEAD OBAMA ADMINISTRATION: President Barack Obama attends a meeting with European leaders in Berlin, and then travels to Peru for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings. Secretary of State John Kerry also attends the APEC meetings. The White House hosts a summit on “Clean Energy Savings for All Americans,” beginning […]
Hillary Clinton leads in the popular vote by as much as 1.3 million votes, in one tally. Here's a look at how she managed to beat Donald Trump by that much while still losing the Electoral College.
Abraham Lincoln had his team of rivals. Incoming President Donald Trump may be considering a team of once-mortal enemies.
President-elect Donald Trump is receiving a range of advice from President Barack Obama while he primes world leaders for January’s transition in the White House.
Democrats are taking aim at potential conflicts of interest in President-elect Donald Trump's emerging administration, focusing on the role Mr. Trump's son-in-law could play in government and introducing legislation that would force the incoming president to distance himself from his business interests.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, the vice presidential nominee on Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential ticket, said he does not intend to run for president in 2020.