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House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., left, confers with ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., at a 2015 hearing.

House Lawmakers Want White House Email Documents, But Disagree On How to Get Them

Threatening a subpoena, Oversight chairman writes to 16 agencies on possible abuse of federal records law.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney said he has not given up on spending cuts but that the administration will also focus on revenue increases to help balance the budget.

Trump Budget Director Bemoans Fate of Proposed Spending Cuts

Congress accepted less than $5 billion of the White House’s proposed $54 billion in discretionary cuts.

Republicans Rally Around Raising the Deficit

The Senate’s passage of a budget resolution on Thursday night was a victory for party unity, but a defeat for the GOP’s remaining fiscal hawks.

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Play of the Day: Trump's Condolence Calls

The president is involved in yet another controversy.

Play of the Day: 'The Apprentice' For Border Walls

The wall prototypes are showcased near the border and they look like reality show contestants.

A  home damaged by Hurricane Maria in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, is shown on Oct. 12.

Congress, FBI Already Investigating Potential Abuse of Federal Funds in Puerto Rico's Disaster Response

The federal government has ramped up disaster oversight post-Katrina, but current allegations involve local mayors.

“I can’t imagine someone more qualified for this position,” said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Trump's GSA Nominee Wins Bipartisan Praise

Emily Murphy would streamline disposal of excess property, seek economical leasing.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., contends rule goes against the will of Congress.

Senator Threatens to Hold Up OPM Nominee Over Obamacare Rule Spat

Chairman of oversight committee has long sought documents related to a rule allowing congressional staff to purchase insurance on a small business exchange and receive employer subsidies.

Play of the Day: Trump Is Calling, Writing, Not Calling and Not Writing

The president explains how he consoles the families of fallen service members.

CIA inspector general nominee Christopher Sharpley appears at his confirmation hearing Tuesday.

CIA Watchdog Nominee Denies Charges of Whistleblower Retaliation

Sharpley tells senators messy tale of how his agency lost Senate panel’s torture report.