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Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, says he considers White House response to his letter to be progress.

White House Gives Ground on Agencies’ Selective Responses to Congressional Oversight Queries

Grassley letter to legislative director prompts promise to consider minority party requests.

GSA Names Hill Alumnus to Lead Public Buildings Service

Dan Mathews was staff director for a House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee.

Play of the Day: Scaramucci's Phone Call

The White House official let loose a vulgar rant this week.

More Than a Dozen Unions Announce Opposition to OPM Nominee

Goerge Nesterczuk has gone two months without receiving a confirmation hearing.

Play of the Day: The President's Understanding of Transgender Issues

President Donald Trump may not have done all the research prior to tweeting his plans for the military Wednesday.

HHS Secretary Tom Price has been working with the White House and Congress to undo the Affordable Care Act.

Senators Demand That HHS Secretary Justify Anti-Obamacare Tactics

Price's use of videos, advertisements and social media could violate anti-lobbying rules.

Play of the Day: Trump's Speech to the Boy Scouts

The president regaled the Boy Scout Jamboree this week with some unconventional comments.

Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Mark Meadows, R-S.C., wants to eliminate CBO's analysis shop.

House Lawmakers to CBO Analysts: You’re Fired

Four House Republicans invoked an obscure budget rule to eliminate the jobs of 89 federal employees in the Congressional Budget Office.

Why Trump Might Fire Robert Mueller

President Trump is reportedly considering drastic action to end the Russia investigation.

Play of the Day: The White House's New Communications Staffer

Anthony Scaramucci is a new character in the ever-changing story of the Trump administration.