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Julian Zelizer and Amy Holmes Reflect on Potential Conflicts of Interests in a Trump Presidency
Political historian Julian Zelizer and Political Commentator Amy Holmes discuss potential conflicts of interest in a Trump presidency with Amna Nawaz, Dan Harris and LZ Granderson.
Donald Trump Arrives in Washington on the Eve of the Presidential Inauguration
Trump first paid tribute at Arlington Cemetery then headed to a concert at the Lincoln Memorial.
'Give the Guy a Chance' Iowa Trump Supporters Say
Iowa has played an important role in the presidential election process for decades as a swing state in the heart of the Midwest, and this year it swung for Donald Trump . Now Trump supporters are excited to see how their pick pans out. “He won the Electoral College because of the Midwest,” said
Kevin O'Leary to Run for Conservative Leadership in Canada
"Shark Tank" cast member Kevin O'Leary is running for the leadership of Canada's opposition Conservative Party
Trump's $100 Million Dollar Inauguration
Corporations and wealthy donors are reported to be among the those opening their wallets for the President-Elect's celebration.
Heavy Hitters Fund Trump's Grand Production
Donald Trump made his mark both producing and starring in TV reality shows, but the production planned for Friday does not compare – it is poised to be more historic, more grand, and without a doubt much more expensive. The price tag could surpass $200 million for an oath of office that takes about
Corporations and Heavy Hitters Open Wallets for Trump Inauguration
Close to $200 million will be spent for an oath of office that takes about a minute.
Trump's Attack on Rep. John Lewis Spotlights Tenuous Relationship With African-Americans
Donald Trump's attack on Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon, this weekend has rekindled the perception among many critics that the president-elect has done little to improve his standing among black voters, who consistently gave him single-digit approval ratings during the presidential campaign .
Chiefs' Travis Kelce evolves into an elite tight end
THE HOUSE ON West Nixon Street in Cincinnati was quite nice before the football players moved in, with five bedrooms, 2? baths and a fresh coat of paint. For a college kid, it was practically a palace. But testosterone and Natty Lights are a dangerous mix, and soon the walls were pocked with holes,