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Play of the Day: Tax Returns, Norms and the President

The White House is trying to block Congress from investigating Donald Trump's finances.

House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., was one of the Democrats who was not receptive of the request.

Democrats Critical of President Trump's Supplemental Budget Request

Letter to House Speaker Pelosi seeks movement of funds for homeland security, moon launch.

Play of the Day: When a Trade War is Actually a Trade Squabble

President Trump is downplaying the trade disagreement with China.

Play of the Day: The Trade War's Effects

President Trump is taking on the Chinese economy.

Play of the Day: More on The President's Taxes

Late-night has plenty of joked about Donald Trump losing billions of dollars.

Play of the Day: The World Series Champion Red Sox Visit The White House

Or maybe the "2018 World Cup Series Champions Boston Red Socks?"

More resources for the EEOC would be helpful, witness says.

Panel Hears ‘Extremely Distressing’ Complaints of Sexual Harassment in the Federal Workplace

The lack of resources to address sexual harassment in government is "jaw dropping," chairwoman says.

Will Trump’s Use Of Executive Privilege Help Him Avoid Congressional Oversight? It Didn’t Help Nixon

President Trump has invoked executive privilege to stymie congressional investigators. Another president, Richard Nixon, did the same thing. It helped Nixon hold onto power – but only for a while.

Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., speaks at a hearing in 2018.

The Rarely Used Congressional Power That Could Force William Barr’s Hand

It hasn’t been done in nearly a century, but House Democrats could arrest the attorney general after they find him in contempt.