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NEW YORK, NY April 17 (DPI) - Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has spent the last few years quietly funding the development of a free database on government spending, and the site, USAFacts.org, wil

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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 11 (DPI) - Donald Trump's decision to bomb a Syrian air base last week has done little to improve his domestic political standing, as readers on major news sites continue to sne

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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 5 (DPI) -  Trump today removed his controversial chief political strategist Stephen Bannon from the White House national security committee, setting off both the press and read

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WASHINGTON, D.C. March 29 (DPI) - The Trump Administration has ushered in a new era of strange things, from compulsive midnight tweets to hilariously false claims by officials who should know better.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. March 7 (DPI) - For US readers it's an obvious pattern: Wikileaks can swipe whole terabytes of secret data from US national security agencies, but it can't seem to hack into the IRS's

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb 27 (DPI) -  In something of a departure for big media, The New York Times this weekend gave space to a sober, nuanced, wait-and-see analysis of Trump's political guru, Stephen

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Feb. 16 (DPI) - People within Washington's national security apparatus, suspicious of the new president's reliability and loyalties,  are apparently withholding information from hi

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Feb. 14 (DPI) - Michael T. Flynn last night resigned as Trump's National Security Advisor - one of the most sensitive positions in the US government - and the reasons for his ouste

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan 19 (DPI)  -  Politico, which in less than ten years has made itself a credible news source for Washington by reporting on minutiae and gossip about the city's power elites, pu

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 16 (DPI) - It hasn't hit the network news, or even The New York Times - yet - but today's "local" story in The Washington Post will likely get big treatment in the days ahead,

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