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Supreme Court Allows Trump Travel Ban to Take Effect

The ban does not apply to permanent residents, also known as green card holders, or to dual nationals who travel on the passport of the non-restricted country.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump, John Dowd and Twitter

The president's personal lawyer said he wrote a potentially incriminating tweet about Michael Flynn.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has not delivered promised analysis, senator says.

Treasury Watchdog Probes Mnuchin's Handling of Tax Reform 'Study'

Democratic senator accuses secretary of overstating career staff research that was not made public.

Sessions Has Argued Even Presidents Should Pay for Obstructing Justice

Donald Trump's personal lawyer argued today that the president cannot be found guilty of obstructing justice. Sessions weighed in on that back in 1999.

Depleted Export-Import Bank Hit With Another Vacancy

Acting chief leaves as Senate panel continues to delay confirmation of Trump nominee.

Deal to Push Back Shutdown Deadline Faces Uncertain Prospects

Democrats and Tea Party members are still considering whether to support a two-week CR.

Play of the Day: Mick Mulvaney's Job Interview at CFPB

The OMB chief says he won't "blow it up" at the consumer bureau.

Then-President Obama stands with then-Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn. (left) and then-Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., in 2010 after the signing of the financial reform law that created CFPB.

Dodd and Frank Reunite to Defend Consumer Bureau's Succession Plan

Dueling acting directors continue at cross purposes as court case advances.

Democrats Warn Against White House Interference in Russia Inquiry

Minority leaders stressed that investigations into potential Trump-Russia ties must continue unimpeded.

Play of the Day: Rex Tillerson is 'Here'

President Donald Trump gave his State Department chief a lukewarm vote of confidence.