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Associated PressPresident-elect Barack Obama pivoted quickly to begin filling out his new administration yesterday, selecting hard-charging Illinois Rep. Rahm Emanuel as White House chief of staff, while aides stepped up the pace of transition work that had been...
In running a successful national campaign, Barack Obama laid down guidelines that came to be seen as hallmarks of his leadership style. He prizes loyalty, discretion, teamwork and selflessness, say those who have worked with him. But as he shapes a new...
Washington BureauWASHINGTON—Forget "hope" and "change" and "yes we can." The word that will matter most, when Barack Obama assumes the Oval Office, is "doable." Teary-eyed jubilation is giving way to clear-eyed realism. As his campaign rhetoric runs into...
Washington BureauWASHINGTON — President-elect Barack Obama plans an "across-the-board" review of President George W. Bush's executive orders, with an eye toward making his own quick imprint on important matters, and will swiftly put in place a "diverse,"...
The Hartford CourantThe people have spoken. And so, on Monday, the president and president-elect did, too. For two hours George W. Bush showed Barack Obama around the White House, members 43 and 44 of the ultra-exclusive commander in chief club — one leaving under a...
CHICAGO (AP) - Barack Obama is hoping Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel will accept an offer to be his White House chief of staff. Emanuel is mulling it over. Since he was elected six years ago, Emanuel has quickly risen up the leadership ranks in the...
The Hartford CourantCONTINUED ... To understand their skepticism is to understand that the land is contaminated and people here continue to suffer from the fallout of 1,000 or more nuclear test explosions, the last in 1992. It is to understand that Yucca Mountain, which is...
Sun ReporterHours after being relegated to an infamous place in history as the second U.S. president to be impeached, William Jefferson Clinton, who once dreamed of a sterling presidential legacy, vowed to remain in office "until the last hour of the last day of my...
Sun ReporterA subdued and somber President Clinton -- showing no trace of jubilation -- said yesterday he was "profoundly sorry" for triggering the scandal of the last year and called for "reconciliation" in the wake of the vote allowing him to keep his job. In a...
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