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Did Someone Say ‘Tax Code Rewrite’? Lobbyists Scramble

Proposed tax changes are pitting retail and energy giants — which rely heavily on imports — against America’s biggest manufacturers, which hope the changes ...

February 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Ex-Kentucky Governor to Give Democratic Response to Trump

Steve Beshear, a former governor of Kentucky, in 2015.

February 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

States' rights for bathrooms, but not for marijuana

The crowd at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington erupted in applause Friday when Matt Schlapp, the organizer of the event, ...

February 24 CNN POLITICS

Trump reminds us 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'

The Rolling Stone hit has become a standard at his public appearances.         

February 24 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

White House denies wrongdoing in conversations with FBI

Two senior administration officials on Friday vehemently argued that White House officials acted appropriately in asking the FBI to publicly knock down media ...

February 24 CNN POLITICS

Trump Israel envoy pick: Israel has "as much right, if not a much greater right" as Palestinians to West Bank

Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, said in a radio interview right before the election that he believed Israelis had just as ...

February 24 CNN POLITICS

Trump at CPAC: Warm Embrace Likely for Right’s Unlikely Hero

President Trump during lunch in the Roosevelt Room of The White House on Wednesday. He was scheduled to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference ...

February 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Trump returns to CPAC for victory lap

President Donald Trump makes a valedictory return Friday to the right-wing conference where he made his first political inroads, but which he shunned last year ...

February 24 CNN POLITICS

Capital Journal Daybreak: Trump Message Wins Over CPAC Crowd, More

U.S. Talks With Mexico Clouded by Mixed Message Trump to Add Muscle to U.S. Plan to Fight Islamic State America’s Rowdy Town Halls: More Organic Than Organized ...

February 24 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Hiring-freeze confusion hits military parents

Little Lainey Bewley is too young to understand the difficulties — not to mention the confusion — President Trump’s shortsighted hiring freeze has caused. But ...

February 24 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

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