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The Trump International Hotel in Washington.

Analysis: The President’s Hotel Donation Ruse

The Trump Organization’s response to the problem of foreign governments trying to curry favor with the president by spending money at Trump hotels is an empty gesture.

Pentagon Managers Defend $1 Billion Price Tag of Largest Audit Ever

Timeline for results encourages lawmakers seeking defense budget reforms.

Play of the Day: The U.S. and North Korea Are Going to Talk

Trump and Kim have tentative plans to schedule a meeting.

Tillerson deplanes at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on March 7.

How Did Rex Tillerson Manage to Keep His Job?

His survival is a testament not only to his ability to ignore the machinations that dominate Washington, but also to the president’s penchant for political drama.

Play of the Day: A 'Stormy' Week for the White House

Trump's being sued and his top economic advisor left.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., told a witness: "You seem to have confirmed our biggest fear. We’ve become so obsessed with the process that there is very little preoccupation with the outcome.”

Senate Panel Seeks Answers on Clearance Backlog

A government watchdog group put the process back on its high-risk list after pending actions exceeded 700,000.

Lawmakers On Both Sides of Aisle Ramp Up Pressure for Permanent SSA Leader

Acting agency chief is now in violation of the Vacancies Act, GAO finds.

VA Secretary David Shulkin speaks Wednesday at VA's Washington, D.C., medical facility.

'Culture of Complacency:' Investigators Fault VA Leadership for Medical Facility's 'Systemic' Failures

Major facility had pervasive problems that went ignored for years and put vets at risk.