Only eight years after a "hope and change" election, the present mood of the country is one of fear and change.
More federal subsidies, more bureaucracy, more interference.
Did Trump administration officials, who are hostile to addressing climate change, intervene?
Trump's 'rapists' and the 'wall' remarks led to a significant rise in support for Trump.
Trump's harsh rhetoric has been replaced with moderation. But the strain on relations remains.
Republicans have slashed state and local tax deductions. And blue states are looking for an alternative.
The laws were designed to keep out Italians and Eastern Europeans, specifically Jews.
Or will he find a new deal that acknowledges the waning of U.S. economic power and the rise of the rest?
He has thrown GOP principles out the window to get elected.
'Trump just hasn't put Christ back in Christmas, he's put prayer back into the White House.'
He displays authoritarian leanings that endanger all Americans and their basic freedoms.
The big investors are the ones who invested in getting Trump and the Republicans into office.
Republicans are tying the fate of American children to an increase in an already-enormous military budget.
Congress has subpoenaed Bannon and can hold him in contempt if he persists in claiming executive privilege.
From Caligula and Nero to Wellington and Churchill, history shows it can be done.
It's unlikely the Supreme Court would expand privilege to the months of the transition.
North Korea has a history of producing and exporting meth.
Who needs Roy Moore to run against when a Bannon-less Trump makes every Republican look worse?
One of the alcohol shipments was meant to arrive in North Korea ahead of an event dedicated to the late Kim Jong Il.
Trump's bluntness on race may be used to challenge his policies, such as his immigration ban.
One year on, Trump has failed to fill four out of ten key federal government posts.
Who's to blame? Trump for saying bad things in private? Or those who make them public?