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Mr. Perry had believed that, as energy secretary, he would be a global ambassador for oil and gas. In reality, he would be overseeing nuclear weapons.
For the first time since the Reagan administration, the government has issued a new set of rules governing the C.I.A.’s power to gather and use data on Americans.
The collaborative missions against Islamic State positions serve to expand the two countries’ budding military cooperation
The president invited in artists and sought others out, from novelists to rappers to musicians to actors.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said after meeting with Donald Trump that his main message was that their home state relies on federal support in key areas.
What people in the Trump orbit may view as a desirable boom could look to the Fed as overheating, and prompt interest rate increases.
Officials say they don’t expect record attendance, but they do anticipate substantial demonstrations for and against Donald J. Trump’s presidency.
Current and former Rockettes find themselves in a new spotlight as they take sides over the inauguration, breaking with the solidarity that defines the troupe.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, the former director of special events for Vogue, helps plan an inauguration that is distressing many in the fashion world.
In testimony before a Senate panel, Representative Tom Price set lofty goals for a law to replace the Affordable Care Act but did not say how he would achieve them.
The Supreme Court indicated that a federal law denying protection to disparaging trademarks was hard to reconcile with the First Amendment.
The billionaire investor and nominee for commerce secretary said at his confirmation hearing that “all aspects” of the trade agreement were on the table.
President Barack Obama submitted to a final round of questions from the news media on Wednesday before departing office.
The chant is on a new track, called “Tiny Hands,” the singer created for the women’s march in Washington after Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Mr. Pruitt, Donald J. Trump’s pick to lead the E.P.A., offered his vision of a more restrained agency at his confirmation hearing.
Mr. Bush was in stable condition at Houston Methodist Hospital on Wednesday after doctors cleared his airway, his spokesman said. His wife, Barbara, was also admitted.
Some people said they remembered fake news that was never even published, suggesting the phenomenon is not as influential as many think.
“It was not my intention and the humor was not meant with any malice or disrespect whatsoever,” Mr. Harvey says on Twitter.
Vincent Viola, the billionaire owner of the Florida Panthers hockey team, was accused in August of punching a concessions worker at a racehorse auction in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
The disclosure that the nominee, Mick Mulvaney, failed to pay more than $15,000 in payroll taxes for a household employee raised questions about his nomination.