Capitol Hill News
What to See and What to Skip in Washington, DC
With political winds shifting sharply, the spotlight is clearly on Washington, D.C ., this month. But no matter who occupies the White House, or who inhabits the halls of Congress, D.C.'s draw as a traveler's playground remains intact. A plethora of free attractions creates value in our nation's
The Latest: Watchdog Group Says It Will Sue President Trump
A legal watchdog group says it will file a lawsuit alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments
Cautious Welcome From Congressional Republicans to Trump Era
As Donald Trump takes office, congressional Republicans are cautiously optimistic about the years to come
Trump Cabinet Nominees Waiting for Approval
Republicans are accusing the Democrats of stalling, while the Democrats say the Republicans are trying to rush the process.
Senate Confirms Trump's Picks for Defense, Homeland Security
The Trump administration is taking little time to put into place the officials overseeing the Defense Department and the Department of Homeland Security
President Trump's Promises and Challenges Under Scrutiny
ABC News' Political Director Rick Klein adds to the conversation about pressures facing President Trump in the early days of his administration.
Inside the Inauguration: Moving Day at the White House
Former White House Chief Usher, Rear Admiral Stephen Rochon, shares memories of preparing the White House for a presidential transition.
Analysis: Trump to Take Oath of Office Amid Deep Uncertainty
Just before noon, Donald Trump will stand in front of the U.S. Capitol, place his hand on Abraham Lincoln's Bible and take the oath of office as the next president of the United States. And the world will hold its breath. Will Trump move ahead with his original call to temporarily bar Muslims from
Rehearsals Underway in Capitol Rotunda
congressional correspondent Mary Bruce in the rotunda. Big day inside, as well. Reporter: Absolutely and, George, what we're seeing so far in the rotunda is a bit of the calm before the storm. Already a lot of rehearsals under way here. Last-minute details being worked out and the color guard a few