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Breaking Down Gina Haspel’s Tense Confirmation Hearing

Over the course of two-and-a-half hours, lawmakers grilled Trump’s pick to lead the CIA on her involvement in the agency’s detention and interrogation program after 9/11.

Democrats would like Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz to look into the allegations.

Democrats Demand IG Investigation Into Justice Hiring Practices

Lawmakers want further examination of whistleblower claims that officials have illegally considered the political views of job candidates.

Special Counsel Backs Navy Whistleblower's Claims of Sloppy Inventory Oversight

Case shows "the kind of good-government reforms that can result when whistleblowers see a problem and speak up," Kerner says.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney had been working with Republicans in Congress on ways to offset spending hikes.

White House to Send Hill $15 Billion in Proposed Rescissions

Total is lower than expected; package hits CHIP, CMS innovation funds.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump the Slam Poet

The president described a London hospital in an oddly rhythmic fashion at the annual NRA meeting.

Judge Sends GSA FOIA Staff Back to Work on Trump Hotel Docs

District court backs transparency group in quest for more transition team records.

Apollo 8 Helped America Survive 1968—a Year Remarkably Similar to 2018

In a country so polarized about so much, no one seemed to disagree: Apollo 8 had done something important and profound.

Play of the Day: Rudy Giuliani Goes Off The Script

The president's lawyer went on Fox News to defend Trump.