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Flynn's Russia Payments

Flynn's Russia Payments

Apr 26
The leaders of the House Oversight Committee said that Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser, possibly committed a felony by not disclosing payments from a trip to Moscow in 2015.

Defending Support for the Arts

Defending Support for the Arts

Apr 26
President Trump has announced plans to end government funding of the National Endowment for the Arts and other agencies that have supported America's cultural life for decades.

Could Border Wall Budget Fight Lead to Government Shutdown?

Could Border Wall Budget Fight Lead to Government Shutdown?

Apr 24
President Trump and Democrats are on a collision course over the border wall and how to pay for it.

Trump's Cybersecurity Review Misses Deadline

Trump's Cybersecurity Review Misses Deadline

By Jonathan Lemire | Apr 23
After a receiving a U.S. intelligence assessment on Russian's interference in last year's elections, President Donald Trump vowed that he would have a team present him with a review of America's cybersecurity efforts within 90 days of taking office.

Trump's Budget Chief Says Money for Border Wall a Must

Trump's Budget Chief Says Money for Border Wall a Must

By Andrew Taylor | Apr 22
Money for the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the U.S. border with Mexico must be part of the massive spending bill Congress is preparing, the White House budget director says.

Critics: White House Transparency Lacking

Critics: White House Transparency Lacking

Apr 22
Protesters from coast to coast called on President Donald Trump over the weekend to release his tax returns. His refusal to do so is just one reason critics say the administration is the least transparent ever.

Trump Business Practices Clash with Economic Order

Trump Business Practices Clash with Economic Order

Apr 20
President Trump traveled to Wisconsin to sign an executive order he calls "Buy American, Hire American." It carries a message aimed at his blue-collar supporters, but it also contradicts many decisions the president made.

Ivanka's Biz Prospers as Politics Mixes with Business

Ivanka's Biz Prospers as Politics Mixes with Business

By Erika Kinetz and Anne D'Innocenzio | Apr 19
On April 6, Ivanka Trump's company won provisional approval from the Chinese government for three new trademarks, giving it monopoly rights to sell Ivanka brand jewelry, bags and spa services in the world's second-largest economy.

EPA Head Tells Coal Miners 'Regulatory Assault is Over'

EPA Head Tells Coal Miners 'Regulatory Assault is Over'

By Joe Mandak | Apr 17
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt told dozens of Pennsylvania coal miners Thursday that the "regulatory assault" on their industry is over, and that the environment can be protected without hurting business.

Trump's Reversals Come After Crash Course on the Issues

Trump's Reversals Come After Crash Course on the Issues

By Jill Colvin | Apr 17
President Donald Trump is abruptly reversing himself on key issues. And for all his usual bluster, he's startlingly candid about the reason: He's just now really learning about some of them.

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