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Our new president assumes incredibly complex challenges created in the past and these are not only his problems, they become our problems.
Obama's presidential transition team will follow the toughest ever set of ethics regulations. Is change coming to Washington?
The U.S. Treasury discretely changed a tax rule in section 382, providing a boon to bank mergers, according to the Washington Post. But is it even legal?
The president-elect reminds America he's not yet president but tries to reassure the nation he will have an impact on Jan. 20.
President-elect Barack Obama today named his chief of staff and plans to meet with a who's-who list of economic advisors before addressing the media Friday.
Democrats rode on the coattails of president-elect Barack Obama to extend their majorities in the House and Senate but appear unlikely to win 60 seats in the Senate for a super majority.
The Democratic senator from Illinois easily collected enough electoral votes to defeat Arizona Republican John McCain in the race for the White House.
The latest polls just a day before the U.S. presidential election predict John McCain will lose his race for the White House to Barack Obama.
Presidential transition teams have to start working on Nov. 5 to ensure a seamless effort to combat global credit crisis and war in Iraq.