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Play of the Day: The Trump Family's White House Christmas Decor

The White House tweeted a scary photo of the holiday decoration.

Chase paid customers back $50 million after a CFPB action.

These Are the Lending Scams CFPB Has Stopped Recently

From "zombie loans" to charging minorities more—companies refunded $12 billion in unfair fees and charges since the CFPB was formed.

Play of the Day: The President Turns Down 'Person of the Year'

The president is beefing with a magazine on Twitter.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., releases his report on waste.

From Electronic Puppets to Icelandic Fish, Senator Questions $500B in Federal Spending

"Federal Fumbles" report identifies what senator calls wasteful or poorly prioritized spending.

Soldiers from Blackfoot Troop, 6th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment patrol outside their forward operating base in 2013.

Watchdogs Differ on U.S. Troops’ Handling of Afghan Child Sex Abuse

IGs for Pentagon and Afghanistan reconstruction took different approaches to a serious problem.

Congress Returns With Less Than Two Weeks to Avoid a Shutdown

Diverging spending priorities could jeopardize Congress’ ability to meet a Dec. 8 deadline to keep agencies open.

NIH Funding Cuts Could Paralyze Drug Development

"Cutting the NIH budget could dismantle our ability to address real problems."

Federal Unions Support Request for Supreme Court Review of Denied MSPB Case Appeals

Three feds were denied lower court appeals based on allegedly erroneous deadlines.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., was one lawmaker who promised  "repercussions in Congress" if the Trump administration attempts to bury the report on initial travel ban implementation.

IG Cites Homeland Security for Abusing Its Power, Blocking Negative Report

One audit finds Trump administration violated court orders when enforcing its initial travel ban.