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Play of the Day: Trump Gets Back on the Links

The president hit the links once again this past weekend.

In 2012, then Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno; Secretary of the Army John McHugh; Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and his wife, Deanie, look at Dempsey's portrait during a ceremony at the Pentagon.

Banning Executive Portraits Might Save Half a Million Dollars

A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but some lawmakers don’t think they’re worth a dime in taxpayer funds.

Play of the Day: The Health Care Bill That Wasn't

Bill Maher and Jimmy Fallon examine the failure of the AHCA.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said in a letter with the cofounder of the caucus that "Lerner has proven her ability to lead the agency effectively and fairly."

Senate Whistleblower Caucus Backs Reappointment of Special Counsel

While Trump stays mum on successor, Lerner has the support of many whistleblowers.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is President and You're Not

The president ends a newly published interview with an unimpeachable fact.

Play of the Day: Paul Manafort's Russian Ties and Donald Trump

The accusations about the president's former campaign manager intensified this week.

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.

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

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

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., drew a distinction between leaks that pose a security risk and those that expose malfeasance.

Intel Panel Democrat: Some News Leaks Are Justified

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

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?

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