GSA Chief Could Be in the Hot Seat if a Defeated Trump Won’t Concede

Transition law gives agency chief sole authority to ascertain election winner.

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What Hillary Clinton Could Learn From Her Husband's 1997 Budget Deal

Bill Clinton's tactics could help her advance her agenda if she wins the White House.

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Play of the Day: WikiLeaks Releases More Information From Mind of the Clinton Campaign

The long list of potential veep picks has some odd names on it.

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Agencies Found to Be Ignoring IGs to the Tune of $87 Billion

Some question Republicans' assertion that unimplemented recommendations are so costly.

On Politics Tim Cook responds to a question during a news conference in New York in 2015.

These CEOs Made John Podesta’s Purported List of Potential Running Mates for Hillary Clinton

Tim Cook, Mary Barra, and Muhtar Kent were among those who made the first cut.

On Politics Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Florida on Oct. 13.

Donald Trump is Taking a Page From Reconstruction-era White Supremacists

Trump's calls to keep "illegitimate" voters from casting ballots go back 140 years to a time when white voters were enraged by the end of slavery.

Trump waves to his supporters (or are they his congregation?) in March in Arizona.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Now Promising Heaven

The GOP nominee's messianic complex was on display last week.

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Paul Ryan's Alternate Election

Stuck with Donald Trump, the House speaker insists on running a 2016 campaign that doesn’t exist.

Play of the Day: Trump, Cosby and Clinton

One Donald, two Bills and a whole lot of terrible allegations.

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Donald Trump's Denial of His Reported Remarks on the Balkans

A Serbian news magazine said the GOP presidential nominee called the U.S.-led intervention “a mistake,” but his campaign said the story was a hoax.

Water flows through sediment retention ponds built to reduce heavy metal and chemical contaminants from the Gold King Mine accident.

EPA Employees Responsible for Mine Disaster Will Not Face Criminal Charges

IG launched criminal probe, but U.S. Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute.


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