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IRS Enforcement of Tip Reporting Leaves Billions on the Table

Watchdog recommends broader audits of voluntary income declarations.

This Is No ‘Standard’ FBI Background Investigation

Background investigations are typically assignments for newly minted FBI special agents. Not the one under way that involves the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Play of the Day: The President Was a Millionaire Toddler

A new report documents Donald Trump's early wealth.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Does Not Drink Alcohol

The president joked about his non-consumption of alcohol on Monday.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., left, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Constitutional Accountability Center Attorney Elizabeth Wydra speak to the media about a lawsuit filed on behalf of nearly 200 members of Congress.

Democratic Lawmakers Can Advance Suit on Trump Hotel Profits

District judge rejects the Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case, saying Congress lacks other options.

The Limits of the FBI’s Kavanaugh Probe

Trump administration denies multiple news reports that the background investigation has been circumscribed, and says the FBI has free rein.

Play of the Day: The First Lady is Going to Africa

Melania Trump will head to Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt this week.

Watchdog: EPA Hosts Too Many Foreign Nationals In Certain Fellowships

Program run along with the National Academy of Sciences and nonprofits should make U.S. citizenship a requirement, IG says.

Play of the Day: The Upgraded Presidential Limousine

Presidential Donald Trump's vehicle is getting some new features.

Rep. Paul Mitchell, R-Mich., introduced the bill.

Lawmakers Advance Legislation Raising Penalties for Appropriations Violations

A bill would prescribe how agencies should punish employees who violate the Anti-Deficiency Act.