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President Obama delivers and emotional farewell address in Chicago.
President-elect Trump's praise of Putin has cast a cloud over his transition.
Trump still has over 600 nominees announce with less than 2 weeks until inauguration.
U.S. intelligence agencies tell the Trump Russia was behind election-related cyberattacks.
How do world leaders respond to Donald Trump's Twitter feed?
The Obama administration retaliates for Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
What Barack Obama accomplished and what remains undone after eight years.
Stories about President Obama's personal legacy from his two terms in office.
Rosalind Wyman was the 2nd woman to serve on the LA City Council & wants a woman president
Longtime reporter Dan Balz met a family that helped "crystallize" the Trump phenomenon.
Hope Hicks traveled with Donald Trump everywhere the candidate went.
"Something was larger than politics."
For the second time in 3 years, a NSA contractor is accused of stealing information.
When Joe Biden and Paul Ryan debated in 2012, the focus was on the presidential candidates
There is little official oversight of the judiciary where judges are appointed for life.
We look back at Shimon Peres' negotiating of the 1993 Oslo Accord.
Gwen Ifill hosts an immigration electronic town hall with PBS Stations in AZ and CA.
Gwen Ifill hosts an electronic town hall with PBS Member Stations in Ohio and Oregon.
Washington Week looks back on the day that changed America.
Paul Newman filmed a promotional video for Washington Week in 1999.
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