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Play of the Day: Ivanka Trump Gets an Office in the White House

The president's daughter will be his "eyes and ears." Perhaps she'd be better served to act as his Twitter thumbs.

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Supreme Court Limits Who Can Be Appointed as an Acting Agency Leader

Ruling could bring into question decisions made at OPM during Obama administration.

Intel Panel Democrat: Some News Leaks Are Justified

Discussing Russia probe, Schiff suggests GOP will break with Trump on agency budget cuts.

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Play of the Day: After the Wall, Trump Will Build a Dragon Dome

If President Donald Trump saw the wiretap news on TV, what will he do when he watches Game of Thrones?

It's Official: The FBI Is Investigating Trump's Links to Russia

Director James Comey told Congress on Monday that the 2016 probe includes possible contacts between the campaign and the Kremlin.

John Oliver on Trump's Budget Plan: It's 'The End Credits For America'

Comedian also pokes fun at OMB chief Mick Mulvaney's explanation of how the "skinny budget" was written.

Play of the Day: Trump Meets Merkel

There was less handshaking than you might imagine when the U.S. and German leaders met on Friday.

Play of the Day: Maybe Trump's Budget Should Spare PBS

Jimmy Kimmel thinks the president could learn from some of the shows.

A Federal Judge Has Temporarily Frozen Trump’s Travel Ban Again

The judge's decision is not the final word on the case, but it indicates he thinks the ban's opponents have a good chance of winning.

Beware Washington, the land of the "deep state."

Play of the Day: Feds Aren't Involved in Any 'Deep State…' They Just Want to Do Their Jobs

Samantha Bee looks at a new favored term by the White House and its surrogates.

Play of the Day: Rex Tillerson's Alias Was Too Masculine

Stephen Colbert wonders if the State Department chief's fake email handle actually worked.

On Politics

Why the CBO Scares Donald Trump

The president and his aides may prefer “alternative facts” to the real thing, but they also have little use for anyone else’s conclusions.

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