The latest news on Obama transition
WASHINGTON (AP) — Big changes are coming to President Barack Obama's administration — just not right away.
A spectacle of precision, marred only by one memorably flubbed line, for President Barack Obama.
Unprecedented crowds throng the National Mall to celebrate the first African-American president.
A whopping 83 percent of Americans approve of how Obama has handled the transition.
Two thirds of Americans can name one Obama appointee; 43 percent could name a Bush pick in 2001.
With the theme "a new birth of freedom," Obama has modeled his inauguration after Abraham Lincoln's.
Obama's attorney general nominee tells Dems that waterboarding is torture, defends Rich pardon to GOP.
Evangelicals and liberals have drafted new policies on culture war issues for the president-elect.
Americans support the president-elect, while the GOP has credibility problems on economic issues.
Republicans warn her against overreaching, but Democrats want Jackson to reverse Bush legacy at EPA.