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  • The Obama Legacy: Hope, change and the 8 years that followed
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  • Electoral College votes Monday
  • How Obama, Trump & Congress are responding to Russian hacks
  • The Trump Transition: A deep dive into his cabinet picks
  • Trump breaks with tradition on Twitter, media and diplomacy
  • Trump takes victory lap and strikes deal to save job
  • Trump and Clinton campaign managers clash and how Trump will
  • Trump's Transition: President-elect's legislative priorities
  • How the media covers the president
  • A tribute to Gwen Ifill’s remarkable life and legacy
  • Friends and colleagues celebrate the life of Gwen Ifill
  • Trump's potential cabinet picks, Dems' potential new leader
  • Trump begins transition to the White House
  • Can Russian hackers disrupt the election?
  • The Final Days of Election 2016
  • Who are Trump's most die-hard supporters?
  • FBI reviews newly found Clinton emails
  • Candidates go for laughs at Al Smith Dinner
  • Trump won't accept election results if he loses
  • Shifting strategies for the final debate and Ivana Trump
  • Trump denies allegations of sexual assault


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