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What Obama Talks About When He Talks About Trump

At an appearance in Houston on Tuesday, the former president had no trouble explaining a reference to Trump as Voldemort.

Play of the Day: The President Talks Climate Change, Belief and Intelligence

"We’re not necessarily such believers," the president said about intelligent climate change skeptics.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke attends the Memorial Day Ceremony at Black Hills National Cemetery, South Dakota.

Zinke to Be Cleared of Misconduct in Utah Monument Decision

Interior’s inspector general, who is also investigating the secretary on several additional ethics fronts, found no evidence of rule violations.

Play of the Day: The White House Is Decked Out For Christmas

The color of the trees in the East Colonnade has raised eyebrows.

What the Senate Should Do About Acting Appointees

A 1988 law holds the key to ending abuses of the process.

D.C. Restaurateurs Plan Appeal of Ruling Favoring Trump’s Hotel Profits

District judge rejected argument that president presents unfair competition.

Play of the Day: The Climate Report Is Here

The administration released its study on climate change over the long weekend.

Play of the Day: Ivanka's Email Usage

The president's daughter used private email for government business. This sounds familiar.

Marijuana Expands Into 3 More States, But Nationwide Legalization Still Unlikely

Quietly, however, the Trump administration has sought public comments on reclassifying marijuana.

Trump Administration Defends Legality of VA Shadow Rulers

In a court filing, government lawyers argued that a Watergate-era sunshine law doesn’t apply to three Trump associates influencing the VA from Mar-a-Lago.