WASHINGTON — The Senate’s Republican and Democratic leaders unveiled a sweeping two-year budget agreement on Wednesday that would increase federal spending by more than $400 billion and could end the spending
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'The entire ethics program was now in jeopardy': Former US ethics chief recalls the moment he realized Trump could make off
When Walter Shaub, the former director of the US Office of Government Ethics, listened to President Donald Trump's first press conference of his transition period in January 2017, he said he was in shock.
Gowdy’s warning about redactions suggests that Adam Schiff has outflanked Trump. Later this week, when he finally finishes reading it, Donald Trump is expected to release House Democrats’ “pretty lengthy”