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Play of the Day: Trump's Dry Mouth

The president struggles to hydrate sometimes.

(Official Photo by Paul D. Williams)

Play of the Day: Trump Wants to Get to the Moon (and Maybe Mars)

The president lays out his plans for the U.S. space program

Play of the Day: Ivanka Praises the Tax Plan

The GOP's tax plan passed and the first family is touting it.

Play of the Day: Trump Joins Disney's Hall of Presidents

Late-night hosts roasted the newest robot at the attraction.

Transparency Groups Seek Probe of CDC ‘Gag Orders’

Office of Special Counsel asked to investigate potential violations of whistleblower protection laws.

The Trump International Hotel in Washington.

Trump Wins a Round in Legal Challenges to His Hotel Profits

District judge dismisses nonprofit and restaurants’ suit on Emoluments Clause.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks at a news conference in August.

IG Declines to Probe Treasury Secretary’s Possible Conflicts of Interest Relating to Russia Investigation

Steven Mnuchin served as the finance chairman of President Trump’s presidential campaign.

GOP’s Tax Victory Shapes Spending Battles Ahead

Republicans passed their long-sought plan to cut taxes, growing the deficit in the process. Now they want to target entitlement programs and the size of government.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., demanded information on GSA's handling of the document request.

Senator Expresses Concern About GSA Handing Over Transition Emails to Mueller Probe

Johnson demands documents, citing agency’s “failure” to honor privacy while helping Mueller probe.

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said Republicans are still deeply divided on how to proceed.

Hoyer: Republicans Still Don't Have the Votes on Deal to Avoid Shutdown

Democratic lawmakers decry GOP inaction on spending negotiations, while union officials note lack of communication.