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How the media covers the president

November 25, 2016
How will President Trump interact with national press?
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Obama pardons final Thanksgiving turkey

November 23, 2016
President Obama pardoned his final Thanksgiving turkey, in an annual White House ceremony. Tot traveled from Iowa and will now live out his life at Virginia Tech. Obama joked that Tot had a "backup" turkey named Tater. "He's sort of like the vice turkey. We're working on getting him a pair of aviator glasses."

A tribute to Gwen Ifill’s remarkable life and legacy

November 18, 2016
Friends and colleagues gather to remember trailblazing journalist Gwen Ifill.

Friends and colleagues celebrate the life of Gwen Ifill

November 18, 2016
Reporters share their favorite stories about Gwen Ifill and reflect on her legacy.
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President Obama: Gwen Ifill was an "extraordinary journalist"

November 14, 2016
President Obama remembered "Washington Week" moderator and "PBS NewsHour" co-anchor Gwen Ifill, who died Monday at age 61. Obama called Ifill a friend and "extraordinary journalist." "I always appreciated Gwen's reporting even when I was at the receiving end of one of her tough and thorough interviews," Obama said. "She was an especially powerful role model for young women and girls who admired her integrity, her tenacity and her intellect."

Trump's potential cabinet picks, Democrats' potential new leader and reminders of another change election

November 11, 2016
Who is being considered for top jobs in Trump's White House?

Trump begins transition to the White House after deeply polarizing election

November 11, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump meets with leaders in Washington to begin his transition to the White House.
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Presidential Politics: Past as Prologue

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November 6, 1992
After a long and bruising campaign where middle America was concerned that the country was in "deep trouble," voters elected a new president. It was a change election that saw the governing party swept from power. It was November 1992.
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Clinton: We owe Trump the "chance to lead"

November 9, 2016
Hillary Clinton delivered a concession speech Wednesday morning, hours after losing the presidential race. "Donald Trump is going to be our president," the former secretary of state said. "We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead."