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Indiana Residents Hope Pence Keeps Their Interests in Mind
Indiana residents are hoping that Mike Pence's vice presidency will boost projects for his home state, although new policies against earmarks and government contracts could limit his direct influence
Gore Stays Mum on Trump Meeting, Says 'It's Not the Last'
Former Vice President Al Gore said that while he wouldn't divulge specifics about his December conversation with Donald Trump, it wasn't "the last conversation."
As Trump Takes the Oath, Many Voters Still Can't Believe It
When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, no one could predict the election's outcome; now, as he takes the oath of office as the nation's 45th president, many American still can't quite believe that the improbable will become a reality
The Presidency Is About to Change _ as Trump Remains Trump
Donald Trump enters the White House just as he entered the race for president
'An Inconvenient Sequel' Kicks off Climate-Focused Sundance
Ten years after the watershed environmental documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," climate change is as dire as ever and yet the solutions are right in front of us say the "An Inconvenient Sequel" directors
Nearly 50 House Democrats Vow to Boycott Trump Inauguration
The roster of House Democrats planning to boycott President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration grew to near 50 Tuesday, protesting his policies and his repeated criticism of legendary civil rights activist and Georgia Rep. John Lewis
Michael Keaton Apologizes for 'Hidden Fences' Flub at Globes
Michael Keaton says anyone who reads something discriminatory into his Golden Globes garble of "Hidden Fences" is "extraordinarily incorrect."
To Celebrate Inaugural or Not? Trump Critics Are Divided
Sharp divisions over Donald Trump's election have got politicians, celebrities and even high school students debating whether taking part in the inauguration signals support for the new president or merely respect for democratic traditions
Long-Shot Challenge to Trump’s Electoral Votes Some Dems Might Try
Voters went to the polls almost two months ago, but the final step of the 2016 presidential election is still outstanding. A joint session of Congress is slated to certify the electoral votes Friday afternoon, officially ending the 2016 presidential race and electing Donald Trump the next president
Omarosa Manigault Set to Join Donald Trump's White House Staff
Omarosa Manigault , a former "Apprentice" contestant, is set to follow President-elect Donald Trump to the White House, where she will take on the role of "public liaison," according to a transition official. Manigault, who currently serves on the transition team's executive committee, was an early