Government Oversight

Zimbabwe's Mugabe, army commander to negotiate leader's exit
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Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was expected Sunday to discuss the end of his 37-year-long rule in a meeting with army commander Constantino Chiwenga, who led a sudden military takeover of the African country’s government last week.

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Trump Presented With $47M Plan to Finance, Arm Ukrainian Troops
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President Donald Trump will be asked to approve a recommendation to both finance and sell American anti-tank missiles to the Ukrainian government, after the National Security Council decided earlier this week to allow presenting a $47 million grant package to that country,…

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Congress has paid nearly $1 million in settlements after workplace complaints this year
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Congress has doled out nearly $1 million in taxpayer-funded settlements this year to eight people following workplace complaints on Capitol Hill, according to a new government report.

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WATCH:  Negotiators announce Senate tax plan
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The plan includes a repeal of the health insurance mandate and could save the government billions, since it would no longer provide subsidies.

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Economic Scene: Considering the Cost of Lower Taxes
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The American aversion to taxes is singular among wealthy nations and may have produced a government unequal to today’s economic and social challenges.

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Report: The Podesta Group, which is under scrutiny in Mueller’s investigation, to shut down
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The Podesta group, a lobbying firm co-founded by Tony Podesta and John Podesta — Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman — will shutter its doors by the end of the year, according to a new report. What’s going on? After special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and staffer Rick Gates […]

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Latest Batch of J.F.K. Assassination Records Released
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The government posts 13,000 more documents from its secret files as it works to finally make public all of its records stemming from the 1963 killing.

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