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Beware Washington, the land of the "deep state."

Play of the Day: Feds Aren't Involved in Any 'Deep State…' They Just Want to Do Their Jobs

Samantha Bee looks at a new favored term by the White House and its surrogates.

Play of the Day: Rex Tillerson's Alias Was Too Masculine

Stephen Colbert wonders if the State Department chief's fake email handle actually worked.

Why the CBO Scares Donald Trump

The president and his aides may prefer “alternative facts” to the real thing, but they also have little use for anyone else’s conclusions.

Play of the Day: The AHCA Is Not TrumpCare

The president has finally found something on which he will not affix his name.

Play of the Day: Naming and Explaining the GOP Health Care Plan

President Donald Trump doesn't want his name on it, while Speaker of the House Speaker Paul Ryan explains why it's necessary.

Even Trump's Staunchest Defenders Won't Back His Wiretap Claim

Vice President Mike Pence declined to say whether he thought the president’s allegation is true, while the White House press secretary has insisted he won’t discuss the matter at all.

Play of the Day: Health Care and Paper Stacks

Sean Spicer explains the AHCA's benefits against the ACA's benefits.

Rep. Phill Roe, R-Tenn., wants to make it easier to fire VA employees who aren't performing.

House Committee Approves New Federal Firing Bill

Democrats decry efforts to end union grievance process.

Weather Service Employees ‘Shocked’ by Reported Budget Cuts

Lack of say in discretionary spending means layoffs are likely, union says.

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