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Trump & Obama arrive at inauguration

President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump make their ways into the hallways of Capitol Hill.


Bill and Hillary Clinton arrive at Capitol Hill

The CNBC panel observe Bill and Hillary Clinton as they arrive at Capitol Hill and President-Elect Trump and President Obama depart.


Sen. Warner: Mnuchin won't play chicken with 'full faith and credit' of US

"There are some things I heard from Treasury nominee Steven Mnuchin that I liked," says Sen. Mark Warner, (D-Va.), discussing the vetting process on Capitol Hill.


Mnuchin to take hot seat at nomination hearing

CNBC's Eamon Javers provides a preview of the day's nomination hearings on Capitol Hill which include Treasury nominee Steve Mnuchin and Energy nominee Rick Perry.


Inauguration countdown begins as nominees head to the Hill

CNBC's John Harwood provides a preview of tomorrow's presidential inauguration and takes a look at what to expect at today's confirmation hearings.


Trump's 'divide and win' policy on Capitol Hill

NBC News' Chuck Todd talks about the president-elect's press conference this week, and the nomination process. At the end of the day, everything gets driven by the White House, says Todd.


New investigation in FBI Comey's actions

NBC News' Tracie Potts reports the latest details on President-elect Trump's transition while several of his cabinet nominees spent the week fielding questions from lawmakers on Capitol Hill.


Sen. Sessions faces grilling at Capitol Hill hearing

CNBC's Eamon Javers reports confirmation hearings begin for Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, President-elect Trump's pick for attorney general.


Sessions, Kelly to testify at confirmation hearings

Sen. Jeff Sessions, attorney general nominee, and Gen. John Kelly, Homeland Security nominee will head to Capitol Hill to be questioned by Congress, reports NBC News' Tracie Potts.


6 reasons Trump scares many Republicans and conservatives

Many of the nation's most respected Republicans and conservatives are publicly or privately terrified about the risks of a Donald Trump presidency, the Hill's Brent Budowsky says.