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Trump Under Oath Is a Different Person

What the president’s previous depositions suggest about how his interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller might go

Play of the Day: The President Stands For the National Anthem

Does Donald Trump know the lyrics to the "Star-Spangled Banner?"

It's Unclear Whether Federal Prisons' Use of Employee Retention Incentives Is Working

Bureau of Prisons takes a short-term view with the incentive program and has flawed methods for assessing its effectiveness, watchdog finds.

The Battle Over DACA Reaches a Fever Pitch

Democrats punted the immigration fight in December, but with another shutdown deadline looming, Dreamer activists are warning them not to do so again.

Play of the Day: The 'Very Stable Genius' President

President Donald Trump joins an illustrious group of people who have buttressed their own intelligence.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said Trump is risking a shutdown with his demands.

No. 2 Senate Democrat Threatens Shutdown Over Immigration Issues

Durbin: White House proposal for $18 billion in wall funding is "outrageous."

Using the Justice Department to Investigate Trump's Enemies

FBI agents are reportedly looking at the Clinton Foundation again, while two Republican senators suggested the Justice Department consider whether the author of an explosive dossier alleging the president had been compromised by Russia lied.

Play of the Day: More From the Michael Wolff Book on Trump

After the book's release, a series of salacious details have emerged.

As Talks to Avoid Shutdown Near Climax, Pentagon Continues Bemoaning Stopgap Budgets

Lawmakers meet Trump for weekend negotiations while Defense managers scramble to manage priorities.

New CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney speaks during a news conference.

Senator Seeks Special Counsel Probe of 'Burrowing In' at Consumer Bureau

Before his resignation, director Cordray converted his would-be successor to career status.