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Lawmakers sent Justice IG Michael Horowitz a request for an investigation.

Justice Dept. Watchdog Asked to Wade Into Trump Intel Dispute

Republicans seek focus on leaks of classified material while Democrats want broad probe of fired Gen. Flynn.

The Formidable Checks and Balances Imposing on President Trump

His plans have been complicated by virtually every counterforce, at home and abroad, that can limit a president.

Play of the Day: Firing Flynn Was Right Up Trump's Alley

Didn't the president's TV show involve the "You're fired" catchphrase?

The Text of a New Bill Has Just One Line: 'To Terminate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency'

Below the title, it simply says, "The Environmental Protection Agency shall terminate on December 31, 2018."

Play of the Day: Michael Flynn is Out of a Job

President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor is the first person fired by the Celebrity Appresident.

There is "strong reason to believe" Conway violated Standards of Conduct, ethics office says.

Ethics Office Pressures White House to Discipline Kellyanne Conway

Four dozen lawmakers had questioned her on-site commercial for Ivanka Trump products.

Joseph Clancy was summoned back from the private sector to lead the agency after a string of embarrassing incidents.

Secret Service Chief Clancy Announces Retirement

Obama appointee had sought reforms following series of scandals.

President Donald Trump speaks as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe listens on Saturday at Mar-a-Lago.

Trump's Performative Presidency

The decision to handle the minor crisis of a North Korean missile launch in full view of Mar-a-Lago members makes little sense—except as an opportunity to act out leadership in public.

It's the perfect place to discuss sensitive information.

Play of the Day: Mar-a-Lago is the Open-Air Florida Situation Room

Donald Trump and Shinzō Abe took to the patio dining area to discuss classified information in full view of the club's members.

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