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Looking Ahead at Possible Senate Confirmation Flashpoints
Donald Trump has been building out his Cabinet since he won the election in November, and for the most part, the nominees have largely stayed silent with the exception of brief statements once their names were announced. Now the Cabinet hopefuls will face questions from corresponding Senate
NAACP President, Members Arrested Protesting Jeff Sessions' Attorney General Nomination
NAACP president Cornell William Brooks was arrested Tuesday night after staging a sit-in protest at the Mobile, Alabama, office of Republican senator Jeff Sessions, who is Donald Trump's Attorney General nominee. Alabama NAACP president Bernard Simelton and other NAACP members were also arrested.
Inskeep on White House Transition: Both Sides Insist on Mechanical Level 'It's Fine'
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, and makes their 2017 predictions on "This Week."
Jennifer Jacobs Says Trump Team 'Truly Believes' Anything About Russian Hacks 'Delegitimizes His Presidency'
ABC News' Powerhouse Roundtable dives into the political implications of Russian hacking.
Fact-Checking Trump's Claims About 'Serious Voter Fraud'
Donald Trump made a controversial claim on Twitter Sunday -- amid a push for recounts in several states -- that "millions of people" voted illegally and that "serious voter fraud " occurred in California, New Hampshire and Virginia. The president-elect didn't cite any evidence, but transition team
NAACP Lawyer Talks North Carolina Voter Disenfranchisement Lawsuit as Voters Wait in Line
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks speaks with voters and law professor Irving Joyner, at a Durham, North Carolina polling location.
Clinton Surrogates Rally Volunteers in Utah
ABC News' Charli James visits the campaign headquarters to talk with surrogates and volunteers the day before election day.
General Wesley Clark: Clinton Does Her Homework
The Clinton surrogate told ABC News' Charli James Donald Trump would be a "terrible" president.
Ohio Federal Judge Bars Voter Intimidation as Other States Consider Similar Suits
Federal judges in two states issued rulings Friday as allegations swirled about potential issues at the polls -- saying registration rolls were "likely" illegally purged in North Carolina and barring the Trump campaign from intimidating voters in Ohio. In the Ohio case, a federal judge imposed a