Trump Offers Housing Secretary Job To Ben CarsonPresident-elect Donald Trump has formally offered retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson the position of secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Texas Home To 'Reddest County In America'The dust has started to settle after last week’s historic election, and one small Texas town in the Panhandle has earned the title of “Reddest County In America.”
Senate Dems Ready For New Leader, GOP Staying With McConnellSenate Democrats and Republicans are meeting separately to pick leaders for the Congress that convenes in January.
Trump Breaks Tradition, Grabs Dinner Without Press In TowPresident-elect Donald Trump has broken with protocol by leaving his Trump Tower residence without taking along his press contingent.
Longest-Running Arizona Sheriff Loses ElectionArpaio was first elected in 1993 making him the longest running sheriff in Maricopa County history.
Arkansas Voters Back Trump, Weigh Medical Marijuana ProposalArkansas delivered its six electoral votes to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and re-elected GOP Sen. John Boozman on Tuesday, as voters also decided several ballot issues.
Dallas County Officials Review Voting IrregularitiesDallas County elections officials are reporting instances of voting irregularities Tuesday, including one voter who filed a complaint contending someone mailed in a ballot in the voter's name.
Sheriff: Man Arrested For Trying To Vote TwiceHouston-area authorities say a man claiming to work for Donald Trump has been arrested for voter fraud.
Dallas County Voters Pleased To Bring Their Voices To Election ProcessPolling places across Dallas County stayed busy with people punching in their preference for president and more.
Trump Look Alike Visits Voting Polls In ArlingtonVoters did a double take in North Arlington today when a Donald Trump lookalike stumped at election polls there.
Senate Control Up For Grabs As Democrats Seek Majority Control of the Senate is up for grabs as Republicans' hopes of protecting their narrow majority in an unpredictable election rest on a handful of states that are still toss-ups.
Dozen Governors' Races Give Republicans Shot At More GainsRepublicans, who already control a solid majority of governorships, are seeking to add to their ranks as voters pick chief executives in a dozen states.

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