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Senate Panels Pressed to Open Up Nominees' Files Before Confirmation Hearings

Transparency groups seek financial and ethics documents, citing “distrust in government.”

Play of the Day: Trump's (Lack Of) Trust in the U.S. Intelligence Apparatus

The president-elect receives intel from a "number of different intelligence pieces of information from a number of different sources," his campaign says.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., argued the Obama administration had issued more “hastily cobbled together” rules than “any other administration in recent memory."

House Approves Disputed Bill to Curb 'Midnight Rules'

Republican plan would allow Congress to cancel months-old Obama regulations.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter suspended efforts to recoup those improper bonuses so the Pentagon could review its process for collecting erroneous payments without unfairly burdening those caught in the middle of the debacle.

Most Calif. National Guard Soldiers Won't Have to Repay Improper Bonuses

Pentagon official expects “vast majority” of 17,500 cases involving improper reenlistment bonuses will be dismissed before review’s July 1 deadline.

Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., said the change will "help better deliver real news to people in countries where free press does not exist."

Trump Arrives in Time to Gain Influence Over Broadcasting Board

Obama signed defense bill that clips wings of part-time board and empowers CEO.

Work continues on the platform for Trump's inauguration.

The Coming Exodus of Senior Federal Executives

Research shows many professional staffers leave when a new president takes power—especially one with whom they don’t agree.

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