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Play of the Day: Donald Trump Should Probably Contact the Pentagon

As the transition continues, the Defense Department has not heard from the president-elect.

Play of the Day: Trump's Cabinet Search May Be a Game Show

The president-elect said on Twitter that only he knows who the "finalists" are.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., speaks to reporters Wednesday after being chosen as Senate Minority Leader.

Senate Democrats Plan to Pick Their Battles With Trump

A caucus dismayed by his victory sees a few areas for collaboration too.

U.S. Treasury Department headquarters.

A Visit to Treasury’s DATA Act Nerve Center

Spending transparency is just the first step—the real reward is in measuring program outcomes.

President-elect Donald Trump arrives with his family to give his acceptance speech at an election night rally Nov. 9.

Why Donald Trump (and His Family) Won’t Be Subject to Security Clearance Background Checks

A CIA chef undergoes more scrutiny for his job than does the president to receive the nation’s most closely-held secrets.

Play of the Day: The Commuter-In-Chief?

Would Donald Trump still live in New York after inauguration?

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said: "We have never had a president like Mr. Trump in terms of his vast financial entanglements and his widespread business interests around the globe."

House Democrats Demand Oversight Probes of Trump and Potential Conflicts of Interest

Cummings wants review of president-elect’s plan for “blind trust.”

TRICARE Bid Protests Denied

The government’s watchdog found no reason to sustain challenges to a pair of lucrative Defense contracts to deliver military health care.

President-Elect Donald Trump walks with his wife, Melania, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell  during his visit to Capitol Hill last week.

Trump Tries to Bend Republicans on Infrastructure

Whether the president-elect gets his way on money for roads and bridges will say a lot about who runs Washington in 2017.

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