Sen. Barack Obama has two more months until his move to the White House -- but today, the president-elect began assembling the team that will accompany him to Washington.
Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., accepted Obama's offer to become his chief of staff. The veteran of the Clinton White House initially expressed reservations about the job, citing his young children as a consideration. But this morning he called Obama to tell him he would accept. Emanuel got voice mail, assumed Obama was at the...Full Story