South Korean President Park Geun-hye announced on Tuesday she will resign if parliament comes up with a plan for the safe transfer of power.
Cuban President Raul Castro announced the death of his brother Fidel Castro on Cuban state media.
The press area pool feed shows the Trump Tower lobby as officials and family members arrive for meetings with President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team. Gov. Mary Fallin (R-Okla.) denies she was offered a position on Monday, but did say they discussed a wide range of issues, and "all the wonderful things that will be done for America."
The President-elect shares an update on the Presidential Transition, an outline of some of his policy plans for the first 100 days, and his day one executive actions. Video shared via "the official 2017 Presidential Transition account on YouTube" on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016.
House Speaker Paul Ryan explained 'draining the swamp' during a press briefing Thursday, and said congressional Republicans are ready to move forward with President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said during a briefing that she wrote to her colleagues "to ask for the continued honor of serving as House Democratic leader, to be a strong hardworking families and to uphold the values we cherish as Americans." She stressed unity among House Democrats.
Federal Reserve Chair Yellen told a congressional committee that she intended to remain in the role until her term ends in January 2018. She said she could not imagine any circumstance that would cause her to leave early, addressing speculation that she might step down under President-elect Donald Trump.
U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper revealed that he is stepping down at the end of the Obama administration. He told the House Intelligence Committee on Nov. 17, 2016 that he had submitted his letter of resignation the night before the meeting.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders signaled that he'd be willing to work with President-elect Donald Trump on a few issues for working Americans during a breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor on Nov. 17, 2016.
Hillary Clinton didn't shy away from expressing her feelings in her first public appearance since conceding to the president-elect a week ago. “I will admit coming here tonight wasn’t the easiest thing for me. There have been a few times this past week where all I wanted to do was curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again,” she said in her speech at the Children’s Defense Fund’s Beat the Odds celebration in Washington, D.C. Clinton urged the crowd to keep America's children in mind and fight for them in this "new and uncertain future.”
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