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Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., (left)  has defended the head of OGE against attacks from Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

Government Ethics Chief Caught in Lawmaker Crossfire

Partisans on House Oversight panel duel over handling of Trump’s potential conflicts.

En­vir­on­ment­al Pro­tec­tion Agency nom­in­ee Scott Pruitt is among the progressive's main targets.

Liberals Narrow Their List of Trump Picks to Target

Rather than complain about every Trump cabinet choice, the Senate’s most prominent progressives have put a special focus on a handful of nominees.

"It sure felt good to say that to those turkeys."

Play of the Day: Ben Carson's Hearing Was Definitely Eventful

Donald Trump's pick for HUD chief overcorrected a little Thursday.

House Passes Third Major Deregulatory Bill

Regulatory Accountability Act would force agencies to choose cheaper versions of rules.

FBI Director James Comey has been criticized for potential bias in making public statements on the ongoing investigation into Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton at a sensitive time during election season.

Justice Department Watchdog to Probe FBI Actions in Run-Up to Election

Inspector general will examine whether procedures were followed, as well as leaks and recusals.

Somewhere, an office supply story just made a lot of money.

Play of the Day: Making American Great Again … With a Lot of Folders

Donald Trump's first press conference as president-elect featured props.

Play of the Day: The Sessions Confirmation Hearings Have Begun

The Justice Department nominee's past gets scrutiny in the Senate.

Studies of Monkey Drool, Frat Boys’ Party Habits Make Latest Senate 'Wastebook'

Senator accuses science agencies of spending taxpayers' money to research the obvious.

The Senate Delays a Key Nomination Hearing

The move pushes back the examination of Betsy DeVos, Trump’s nominee for education secretary. But three other Cabinet picks are still set to receive confirmation hearings before they have obtained ethics agreements.

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