Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington.
It’s the election America just can’t quit.
One year later, much of the country continues to obsess over Trump vs. Clinton, as though still seated on the couch, eyes agoggle, watching the final decisive returns trickle in from Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
This is not normal.
Normally, campaigns have an expiration date, a day or two after the TV networks strike their sets and the newspapers stuffed with election returns hit the recycling bin.
But the biggest upset in modern political history has overturned that convention, along with so much else that once seemed customary.