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Mike Pompeo Is Confirmed to Lead C.I.A.

Representative Mike Pompeo of Kansas during his confirmation hearing this month.

8:07 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Trump Orders Broad Hiring Freeze for Federal Government

President Trump signing a memorandum in the Oval Office on Monday.

8:01 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

How 'dreamers' are preparing in case Trump ends Obama immigration actions

"Dreamers" opt to save money, move out of U.S., or start businesses in case program ends.         

7:50 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Trump talks replacing Obamacare, broader agenda with Hill leaders

President Donald Trump privately told congressional leaders Monday he wants to move forward with an ambitious agenda, including to repeal and replace Obamacare ...

7:48 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Defense Secretary Mattis emphasizes NATO commitment on first day

Mattis' stand differs from the occasional skepticism of NATO voiced by President Trump.         

7:45 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Senate panel approves Rex Tillerson for secretary of State

In a 11-10 vote, Former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was approved to become secretary of State by a Senate panel. The next step is getting approval from the ...

7:44 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Political Memo: Angry Democrats Study the Tea Party’s Playbook

Simone Bailey and her daughter, Poppy Burrows, traveled from Chicago to participate in the Women’s March in Washington on Saturday.

7:31 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Trump White House: Day 4

It's Day 4 of the Trump administration, and the President had a busy day to kick off his first work week. Three executive actions and meetings with both CEOs ...

7:23 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Panetta to Trump: CIA is 'not the appropriate place to start whining about' inauguration crowd size

Former CIA Director Leon Panetta said Monday it was inappropriate for President Donald Trump to use his speech to the agency as an opportunity to complain ...

7:20 PM ET CNN POLITICS

How (and why) Trump's first formal policy action actually happened

The Trump administration's decision to reverse a mortgage-fee cut intended to help low-income borrowers shouldn't have been a surprise.

7:17 PM ET CNN POLITICS

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