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Updated: December 18, 11:15 pm EST
President-elect Bush
MR. BUSH GOES TO WASHINGTON
The Senate minority leader discusses his meeting with George W. Bush and hopes for bipartisanship. (12/18)

THE TRANSITION BEGINS
Four experts examine George W. Bush's nominees for Secretary of State, National Security Adviser, White House Counsel and others. (12/18)
Shields and Gigot assess the Gore concession and the task facing President-elect George W. Bush. (12/15)

PARTY ELDERS GIVE THEIR TAKE
Newsmakers: Interviews with House Speaker Dennis Hastert and former Vice President Walter Mondale.(12/14)

PRESIDENT-ELECT BUSH BEGINS TRANSITION
REALAUDIO: Kwame Holman reports on George W. Bush's first day as president-elect.(12/14)

REALAUDIO: David Brooks of The Weekly Standard, David Broder of The Washington Post, and Tom Oliphant of the Boston Globe examine the dramatic conclusion to the election dispute. (12/14)

BUSH ADDRESSES NATION AFTER GORE CONCEDES
REALAUDIO: Bush speaks to the country from Austin. (12/13)
REALAUDIO: Gore's concession speech. (12/13)

REALAUDIO: Mark Shields and Paul Gigot discuss Al Gore's concession speech. (12/13)

THE HIGH COURT'S CALL
Two law professors analyze the Supreme Court's decision that effectively ended the presidential election struggle. (12/13)
Read the Supreme Court ruling (requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader).

ELECTORAL VOTES
View a map of the electoral votes.

THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE
Four politicians discuss the political fallout from the presidential election battle. (12/13)

LEGAL MANEUVER
Legal experts discuss the pending U.S. Supreme Court case and moves by the Florida legislature to install its own slate of electors loyal to George W. Bush. (12/12)

FLA. SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS ABSENTEE BALLOT RULINGS
REALAUDIO: The Florida Supreme Court upholds lower court rulings dismissing Democratic challenges to thousands of the state's absentee ballots. (12/12)

SUPREME COURT HEARS MANUAL RECOUNT ARGUMENTS

Bush attorney Ted Olson argues that the US Supreme Court should overturn a Florida Supreme Court order to go ahead with hand recounts. (Text and RealAudio) (12/11)

Florida Sec. of State lawyer Joseph Klock answers questions about voting law in Florida. (Text and RealAudio) (12/11)

Gore lawyer David Boies tells the Supreme Court that thousands of ballots were missed in machine tallies and should be counted by hand. (Text and RealAudio:Part One and Part Two) (12/11)

Bush attorney Ted Olson reclaims the remainder of his time. (Text and RealAudio) (12/11)

LEGAL ANALYSIS
Legal scholars examine today's historic arguments before the Supreme Court today in George W. Bush vs. Albert Gore, Jr., the case that could decide the next presidency. (12/11)

POLITICAL FALLOUT
Three political columnists explore the possible political fallout of George W. Bush vs. Albert Gore, Jr., the case before the Supreme Court that could decide the presidential election. (12/11)

 

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