A senior administration official told CNBC that President Donald Trump is expected to unveil a tax plan on Wednesday that includes a slew of provisions including one that is designed to balance out cuts in the plan. » Read More
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Spicer will likely address President Donald Trump's planned tax-related announcement.
The Macron campaign's spokesperson confirmed that the campaign was the target of a "sophisticated" phishing attack in a phone call with NBC News Tuesday.
The White House declined to provide documents about Michael Flynn's payments from foreign governments, including Russia, NBC News reports.
Trump's rocky first 100 days could lead to primary challenges and defeat in 2020, says Joshua Spivak.
A 15 percent corporate tax rate looks to be a non-starter on Capitol Hill.
If Capitol Hill goes dark, you can still receive mail, but you can't visit a national park, USA Today reports.
Here's what services are "essential" and would continue if the government fails to pass a new spending bill by Friday, USA Today reports.
It appears President Trump would be open to "a little higher near-term deficit out of which we can grow," the Commerce secretary says.
The Lumber tariff shows how serious Trump is about enforcing trade rules, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Trump reportedly told staff to "get it done" before his planned Wednesday announcement on tax reform.
Trump has signed more than two dozen executive orders on issues ranging from border security to government restructuring and financial reform.
Trump needs to learn the difference between small victories and big ones, says Jim Tankersley.
Any vote on healthcare legislation would be determined by Republican leaders when they have enough votes, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said.
Congress also returns from a recess this week with only a few days before government funding ends on Friday.
All 100 senators have been asked to the White House for the briefing.
The president has a lot more work to do if he wants to meet the lofty goals he set out for his first 100 days in office.
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