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OGE Director Walter Shaub arrives for a meeting with House Oversight and Government Reform Committee leaders.

Ethics Office Chief Reportedly Never Received Trump Business Documents

Rep. Cummings says he is “more concerned than ever” after meeting with ethics director.

How Many of His 'Day One' Promises Did Trump Fulfill?

The president laid out 18 promises in a “Contract With the American Voter,” but he only managed to check off a handful by Monday.

Who are you going to believe: Your lying eyes or Sean Spicer?

Play of the Day: Crowd Sizes and 'Alternative Facts'

Kellyanne Conway is here to refute the dishonest media.

How Will Congress Cope With Trump?

Democrat or Republican, no one on Capitol Hill is certain what changes the president will bring.

How Democrats Paved the Way for the Confirmation of Trump's Cabinet

As the president’s picks run into trouble, Democrats find themselves stymied by a Senate rules change they engineered.

That eagle statue is quite handsome.

Play of the Day: Trump is Working on His Inauguration Speech

He's got a Sharpie, a legal pad and he is sitting at a desk near an ornate wall.

The government's ethics chief would like House Oversight and Government Reform Committee ranking member Elijah Cummings (left) and Chairman Jason Chaffetz to hold a meeting open to the public.

Ethics Office Chief Asks House Panel to Allow Him to Testify Publicly

Oversight chairman had asked Shaub to talk privately on handling Trump conflicts.

How To Measure Trump’s Performance

Pay close attention to the number of House Republicans looking for promotions to the Senate. If they stay put, it’s a sign the president is losing political clout.

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