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  • Trump's N.Y. co-chair faces ouster from school board after Obama comments
    Carl Paladino told an alternative Buffalo newspaper that he hoped Obama would get "mad cow disease" and Michelle Obama would "return to being a male" and live with a gorilla
  • Virginia executes man convicted of killing entire family in 2006
    Ricky Gray, 39, was convicted of killing a Richmond couple and their two young daughters on New Year's Day in 2006
  • Trump's pick for EPA chief grilled by Senate
    President-elect Trump's pick to lead the EPA, Scott Pruitt, has been fiercely opposed by environmental groups. Domestic policy advisor for the Trump transition and former Ohio Secretary of State, Ken Blackwell comes to his defense on CBSN's "Red & Blue."
  • President Obama: We're going to be okay
    President Obama held his final news conference on Wednesday. Obama had an indirect message for his successor, President-elect Donald Trump - and the president left the briefing room with one final message of hope. New York Times political reporter Yamiche Alcindor and RealClearPolitics national political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns join CBSN's "Red & Blue" with more on his remarks.
  • Sierra Club executive director talks EPA nominee
    President-elect Trump's pick to head the EPA has sued the agency more than a dozen times. During Pruitt's confirmation hearing Wednesday, the EPA nominee said that climate change is not a hoax. Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with more on why he thinks Pruitt is not qualified for the job.
  • Controversy surrounds inaugural attendance estimates
    Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend the 2017 inauguration, but the exact number is unknown. CBS News' Brook Silva-Braga explains the difficulties in getting an estimate.
  • President Obama jokes about 2014 summer suit
    President Obama began his final news conference with some self-deprecating humor about his infamous tan suit. See what he had to say about the summer suit here.
  • Pruitt & Price face heated senators in confirmation hearings
    Four cabinet-level picks faced Senate committees on Wednesday, and sources said Trump had selected Sonny Perude for agriculture secretary, the last open Cabinet-level position. New York Times political reporter Yamiche Alcindor and RealClearPolitics national politics reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns join CBSN's "Red & Blue" with the latest.
  • Trump coming into office with lowest approval rating since 1977
    President-elect Trump is taking the oath of office with a 32 percent approval rating, a record low for an incoming president since 1977. New York Times political reporter Yamiche Alcindor and RealClearPolitics national politics reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the numbers.
  • Political headline highlights
    President Obama held his final news conference while President-elect Trump's Cabinet picks faced tense confirmation hearings. Roll Call columnist Jon Allen joins CBSN to discuss the latest in Washington.
  • What to expect on Inauguration Day
    President-elect Trump posted a picture of himself on social media writing his inaugural address. Former senior advisor to the Huckabee campaign, Hogan Gidley, joins CBSN to discuss what to expect from President-elect Trump in the future.
  • Trump picks former Ga. Gov. Sonny Perdue for agriculture secretary: AP source
    Sonny Perdue made Georgia history in 2002 when he became the first Republican elected governor since the aftermath of the Civil War
  • President Obama's final news conference
    At his final news conference, President Obama said he believes America is "going to be okay." CBS News Foreign Affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN to discuss.
  • President-elect Trump's picks grilled in confirmation hearings
    Four more of President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet picks were grilled in confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has the latest on the hearings.
  • Sneak peek: Devil's Island
    An ex-Marine with a secret life and a secret wife. A five-year investigation turns on shocking DNA evidence -- is the one-time hero a killer, too? "48 Hours"' Peter Van Sant has the latest in the case Saturday, Jan. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
  • Harambe's grandmother dies at Zoo Miami
    Zoo Miami’s matriarch gorilla, Josephine, who was grandmother to the internet-famous Harambe, has died, the zoo announced on social media
  • Sneak peek: Innocence Lost
    The murder of four young girls leads to two murder convictions -- but then everything fell apart; 25 years later, there's new DNA evidence. "48 Hours"' Erin Moriarty has the latest on the case she says she can't forget, Saturday, Jan. 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
  • Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump
    President-elect Donald Trump is an unprecedented new American leader, but how will he govern? Watch "Change and Challenge" Friday at 8pm.
  • North Carolina voters who backed Trump hope for jobs
    A textile mill closing in 2003 cost 4,000 jobs; and those affected are pinning their hopes on Donald Trump
  • Teen kidnapped as newborn forgives woman who raised her
    Eighteen years ago, a woman allegedly stole a newborn from a Florida hospital and raised her as her own in South Carolina; the victim shared her story of forgiveness with CBS News

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