Some of the Senate confirmation hearings for President Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees haven't been entirely cordial.
Democrats have been critical of a number of Trump's picks and have delayed voting on some, including Tom Price and Steven Mnuchin. Republicans were forced to suspend a committee rule that required a Democrat to be present in order to move the nominations forward.
The full Senate later approved Price as health and human services secretary and Mnuchin as Treasury secretary, as well as other nominees, including Rick Perry as energy secretary, Ben Carson as secretary of housing and urban development, Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator, Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Betsy DeVos as education secretary and Rex Tillerson as secretary of state.
If you missed the hearings or just need a refresher on the main points, here's a quick recap of each so far.
Rick Perry: Energy secretary
Ben Carson: Secretary of housing and urban development
Ryan Zinke: Secretary of the Interior
Wilbur Ross: Secretary of commerce
Scott Pruitt: EPA administrator
Mick Mulvaney: Office of Management and Budget director
Linda McMahon: Small Business Administration administrator
Steven Mnuchin: Treasury secretary
David Shulkin: Veterans Affairs secretary
Tom Price: Secretary of health and human services
Jeff Sessions: Attorney general
Betsy DeVos: Secretary of education
Rex Tillerson: Secretary of state