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White Collar Watch: Lawyers Are the Big Winners in the Inquiry Into the Election
The former F.B.I. director James B. Comey, left, with his predecesssor, Robert S. Mueller III, in 2013. Mr. Mueller has been appointed as special counsel to investigate possible Russian involvement in
White House Moves to Block Ethics Inquiry Into Ex-Lobbyists on Payroll
Walter M. Shaub Jr., the head of the Office of Government Ethics, in his office on Monday. The White House has challenged Mr. Shaub’s authority to demand information on former lobbyists now working
It’s Complicated, Trump Group Says of Donating Profit From Foreign Officials
The Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago. The Trump Organization says it will not ask customers if they are representatives of foreign governments.
How Michael Flynn May Have Run Afoul of the Law
Michael T. Flynn, right, at the White House in February before resigning as President Trump’s national security adviser.
Senior P.G.A. Championship, Held at Trump National Golf Club, Draws Protests
A helicopter on Friday at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va. Protesters descended on the area around the course this weekend during the P.G.A. Senior Championship.
Now, Your Financial Advisers Will Have to Put You First (Sometimes)
A new fiduciary rule, which takes partial effect on Friday, will help investors assess the fees they are charged as well as the motives of the people who guide them.
Inside Trump International Hotel
Maryland and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit claiming that President Trump has used his position to help his businesses, like the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. Step inside the
Trump Adds More Trademarks in China
The latest trademarks could allow the president to expand his business interests in scientific and technological services, building construction and medical and veterinary services.
Democrats in Congress Sue Trump Over Foreign Business Dealings
Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, helped lead the effort to file the lawsuit.
Trump’s Businesses Show Mixed Returns During Campaign and Presidency
President Trump returned to the White House on Friday after an event in Miami. The disclosures of Mr. Trump’s private finances have significant limitations and lack the level of detail normally
Trump’s Business Ties in the Gulf Raise Questions About His Allegiances
Along the motorcade route for President Trump, on the way to the airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he recently attended a summit meeting.
Russia Renewed Unused Trump Trademarks in 2016
Grigory Ivliev, right, the head of the Russian government agency in charge of intellectual property, with India’s ambassador to Russia, Pankaj Saran, in St. Petersburg this month. The Russian agency,
Government Ethics Chief Resigns, Casting Uncertainty Over Agency
Walter M. Shaub Jr., the director of the Office of Government Ethics, in May. He said that with little chance of his term being renewed and an appealing offer in hand from a nonpartisan advocacy
A Weapon Against Trump? Jam His Brand
Naomi Klein has made this terrific video on how to counter Donald Trump, the Celebrity Apprentice of Pennsylvania Avenue. It's so clear that Trump is in the White House to (a) destroy the Obama
Lawmakers Question Trump’s Stake in Subsidized Housing Complex
Representative Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland is the House Oversight Committee’s top Democrat.
Trump Rules: The Deep Industry Ties of Trump’s Deregulation Teams
President Trump signed an executive order in February requiring federal agencies to form deregulation teams, many of which are now staffed by political appointees with potential conflicts.
Trump Aides, Seeking Leverage, Investigate Mueller’s Investigators
Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel leading the Russia investigation, in Washington in June.
Ivanka Trump Received at Least $12.6 Million Since 2016, Disclosure Shows
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump benefit from an active business empire worth as much as $761 million to them, new filings show.
As Interior Secretary Swaggers Through Parks, His Staff Rolls Back Regulations
Ryan Zinke, the interior secretary, visited Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colo., last week.
New Ethics Chief Has Fought to Roll Back Restrictions
David J. Apol had a disagreement with the departing director of the Office of Government Ethics, Walter M. Shaub Jr., as recently as this spring.