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President Donald Trump greets Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon on Jan. 27.

Play of the Day: What We've Learned From Trump's First Two Weeks

The American citizenry is finding out a lot about its government.

Democrats Get Results Targeting Trump Via Inspectors General

Homeland Security watchdog is probing implementation of immigration order, while the IG at GSA is monitoring the president’s hotel lease.

The Obama-Trump Truce Is Already Over

Previous presidents—including Barack Obama and George W. Bush—tried to avoid publicly criticizing each other. That tradition is coming to an end.

Play of the Day: The President Prays For The Terminator

President Donald Trump has some words for Arnold Schwarzenegger at the National Prayer Breakfast.

The Veterans Affairs Department headquarters in Washington.

Trump VA Nominee Will Push For More Flexibility to Hire and Fire

Dr. David Shulkin said he would work with Congress on greater workforce accountability measures, but also on recruitment and retention efforts.

Trump held a "listening session" on Wednesday.

Play of the Day: President Trump Celebrates Black History Month

Donald Trump held a "listening session" at the White House on Wednesday.

Judge Neil Gorsuch speaks in the East Room of the White House on Jan. 31, after President Donald Trump announced Gorsuch as his nominee for the Supreme Court.

SCOTUS Nominee Could Alter High Court’s View of Regulation

Neil Gorsuch’s difference with Scalia in the Chevron decision could boost Republican-backed deregulation.

"You're fired! No, not you, Ivanka."

Play of the Day: Trump Missed a Chance to Use His Catchphrase

Sally Yates never got to hear "you're fired!" from the president.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking member on the House Oversight Committee.

House Democrats Seek Background on Rumored Inspector General Firings

Trump allegedly abandoned a plan to ask for the resignations of IGs after transition officials met resistance.

Paul Ryan Calls Trump's Handling of Immigration Order 'Regrettable'

But despite criticism from Republican lawmakers, the speaker defended the underlying policy: “What is happening is something that we support,” he told reporters Tuesday.

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