President-elect Barack Obama has gone to Hawaii for the holidays. Obama leaves Washington with his Cabinet and White House picks in place. It's a transition to executive office that many view as one of the most efficient ever. However, there are some daunting tasks facing Obama when he returns to Washington.
The heads of Microsoft and Google are big fans of something called "cloud computing" — but will it work in the White House? Security and technology experts talk to host Andrea Seabrook about one of the mundane but hugely important decisions that must be made by the Obama transition team — just how the White House computers should run.
President-elect Obama and Congressional Democrats proposed an $850 billion stimulus package while more details emerged about how the Securities and Exchange Commission failed to investigate a massive fraud. Meanwhile, the White House came to the rescue with an emergency bailout plan for automakers.