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The Surprise in the Nunes Memo

The controversial document raises some interesting questions—but also undermines the political argument it was intended to buttress.

Justice Department Settles ‘Final’ Case in IRS Targeting Dispute

Pro-Israel nonprofit gets an apology for having its application dragged out for six years.

Play of the Day: Trump's Promise Logic

The president claims his administration has fulfilled more promises than he actually promised.

Play of the Day: The State of the Union Responses

The Democrats in the audience were unhappy and Rep. Joe Kennedy III had a problem with his mouth.

Consumer Bureau's Structure Is Constitutional, Appeals Court Rules

Shielding the bureau’s director from presidential removal is consistent with precedent, full court rules.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

House Oversight Democrats Request Subpoena over HHS Gag Order

Agency has not complied with a nearly year-old information request, Cummings says.

State Department IG Looking Into Alleged Political Targeting of Career Workers

Whistleblowers say the department is reassigning employees who worked on Obama priorities.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs the Capitol after a closed-door meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

There's No Way Mueller Will Indict Trump

Those hoping the special counsel will prosecute the president are engaging in fantasy.

President Trump addresses a joint session of Congress last winter, as Vice President Mike Pence (left) and House Speaker Paul Ryan listen.

Trump's State of the Union Address May Sound Very Familiar

The president didn’t make much headway on many of the proposals he issued in his first address to Congress last year, so he’ll outline them again.