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Play of the Day: The White House's Notes

John Bolton has his notepad, but what do the other members of the administration have?

IRS Private Debt Collectors Make Deals That Don’t Always Pan Out

Customer satisfaction is high for four companies, but payment calculations can be wrong, watchdog finds.

Play of the Day: Weather, Climate and the President

Donald Trump tweeted about climate and had another typo issue.

Union members and Internal Revenue Service workers rally outside an IRS Service Center to call for an end to the partial government shutdown on Jan. 10 in Kentucky.

The Shutdown Showed How Precarious Americans’ Finances Really Are

What began as an impasse over the border wall became a warning sign of creeping instability.

Play of the Day: Howard Schultz May Enter the 2020 Fray

The former Starbucks chief has a campaign logo and a lot of money.

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Play of the Day: Yet Another Tell-All Book About the White House

There are more stories to mine from inside the administration.

Short-Term Deal Ends Longest-Ever Shutdown

Congress quickly passes stopgap spending measure after Trump thanks "incredible federal workers."

Play of the Day: The President's New Rhyming Slogans

"Build the wall and crime will fall" is the president's foray into poetry.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, speaks at the Capitol earlier in January.

With New Powers, House Oversight Chair Bolsters Subpoena Authority

Staff-supervised depositions again allowed as panel revs up high-profile probes.