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Just FYI: Obama had Beyonce, Springsteen and John Legend.

Play of the Day: Trump's Inauguration Musician Search

Yes, Andrea Bocelli back out of the event, but Chumbawamba and The Freedom Girls are probably available.

US Comptroller General Gene Dodaro at our own event Thursday

Trump Doesn’t Need Silicon Valley to Eliminate Government Waste

He would do better to confer with the Government Accountability Office, the independent, nonpartisan federal agency that supports Congress to meet its constitutional responsibilities, and improves performance and ensures accountability on behalf of all Americans.

He's only got about a month left on this job.

Play of the Day: Obama's Russian Strategy

John McCain has accused the president of not having a plan for Russia, but Obama might just employ a stalling technique.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., is leading the group calling for an investigation.

Senators Seek Probe of Potential Civil Service Violations by Trump’s Transition Team

Lawmakers ask for accountability for anyone "coercing" feds for "partisan purposes."

Perhaps Trump is hiding in a Stormtrooper uniform.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Star Wars Connection

No, "Rogue One" didn't change its plot to reflect the president-elect. But he's more like the Star Wars franchise than you think.

National Security Agency

Why the NSA Inspector General Lost His Job (and Wants It Back)

In first major use of special presidential directive, special panel concludes watchdog retaliated against a whistleblower.

The reality show star certainly knew how to put on a good show this year.

Play of the Day: The Best TV of 2016 Was Definitely the Trump Campaign

Twists, turns, a surprise ending… The campaign had everything.

Many in 'Cynical' Electorate OK With Big Government If Reformed

Volcker Alliance pre-elections surveys show bipartisan skepticism about agencies' performance.      

Thumbs up and three cheers for white men.

Play of the Day: Trump's Cabinet Diversity

The president-elect is hiring a lot of people who look alike.

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