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Wisconsin First State to Start Presidential Election Recount

By Scott Bauer | Dec 1
The first candidate-driven statewide recount of a presidential election in 16 years began Thursday in Wisconsin, a state that Donald Trump won by less than a percentage point over Hillary Clinton after polls long predicted a Clinton victory.

Is Trump's Cabinet a Dive into the Swamp He Pledged to Drain?

By Julie Pace and Josh Boak | Dec 1
Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in the nation's capital. Instead, he's diving right in.

House Democrats Re-Elect Pelosi as Leader

By Erica Werner | Nov 30
House Democrats re-elected Nancy Pelosi as their leader Wednesday, ratifying the status quo in a changing Washington despite widespread frustration over the party's direction.

Reckoning for Pelosi as House Democrats Vote for Leader

By Erica Werner | Nov 30
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi faces a challenge to her job as frustrated House Democrats meet to select a new slate of leaders.

Cuba's Future After Castro's Death

Nov 29
Crowds are gathering in Havana's Revolution Square for the beginning of a two-day memorial for Fidel Castro.

Looking to Get Trump Out of Your Facebook Life? Here's How

Nov 29
Recount notwithstanding, we all may have to wait for at least four years to get President-elect Donald Trump out of our lives. But thanks to the work of a developer, Facebook can end up being a Donald-free space.

Fight Over Possible Romney Pick

Nov 29
Mark Leibovich, New York Times Magazine's chief national correspondent and a CBS News political contributor, on why President-elect Donald Trump's inner circle is publicly fighting over Mitt Romney as potential pick for secretary of state.

Trump Still Facing Concerns About White Supremacists

By Bill Barrow and Jonathan Lemire | Nov 28
Donald Trump's disavowal this past week of white supremacists who have cheered his election as president hasn't quieted concerns about the movement's impact on his White House or whether more acts of hate will be carried out in his name.

Choosing Romney Would Be Seen As Betrayal, Trump Aide Warns

By Julie Pace | Nov 28
A top Donald Trump adviser has warned that the president-elect's supporters would feel "betrayed" if he tapped former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as secretary of state

Trump Assails Recount Push, Claims Millions Voted Illegally

By Steve Peoples and Calvin Woodward | Nov 27
President-elect Donald Trump claimed without evidence Sunday that "millions" voted illegally in the national election, scoffing at Hillary Clinton's nearly 2 million edge in the popular vote.

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