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Play of the Day: The President Wants to Protect the 'Local Milk People'

Leaked transcripts of Donald Trump's calls with the heads of Mexico and Australia show a different side of the president.

Mueller Plunges Across Trump's Red Line

A Wall Street Journal story claimed the investigation had moved before a grand jury, while CNN reported it was looking into potential financial crimes unrelated to the 2016 election.

Play of the Day: The President Presents 'This Old Dump'

A magazine is reporting that President Donald Trump called the White House a "dump" while golfing at his club in New Jersey.

The Justice Department's New Civil-Rights Cause: Discrimination Against Whites

Jeff Sessions follows in the risky footsteps of George W. Bush’s Justice Department.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said, “It takes tremendous courage for whistleblowers to come forward."

Senate Clears Office of Special Counsel Reauthorization

Bipartisan bill would narrow agency managers’ ability to withhold documents.

Play of the Day: Awkward Moments For Scaramucci and Kushner

There's never a dull moment for current and former White House staffers.

Play of the Day: Who – or What – Will Replace Scaramucci?

The White House Communications Director is out after 10 days.

President Trump meets with his Cabinet at the White House Monday.

Latest Tally on Agency Vacancies Not Flattering to Trump White House

Two trackers show the president's appointments are pacing well behind those of recent administrations.

Scientists provide key input to government agencies on issues such as improving oil spill prevention and response after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.

History Shows That Stacking Federal Science Advisory Committees Doesn’t Work

Can federal agencies stack advisory panels with friendly members? Some have tried, but a scientist who has advised many administrations says they will produce bad policies that lack broad support.