There is no evidence of widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election.

President Donald Trump, center, hosts a reception for House and Senate leaders in the the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. Some of the participants are, from left, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Tracking the beginning of the Trump administration.

At the Democracy in Color forum, all seven leading candidates agreed that their party needed to do more for non-whites.

The president has transported the turbulence and competing factions of his campaign to the White House.

Sean Spicer’s defense of himself and explanation of Donald Trump’s sensitivity, annotated

The full transcript of his first press briefing.

Sean Spicer says his ‘intention is never to lie’ to the media

"I'm going to come out here and tell you the facts, as I know them."

The problem with BuzzFeed’s defense of publishing the Trump-Russia dossier

Ben Smith says readers should be "trusted to judge dubious documents" — but they actually have no way to do so.

The president said his executive order would affect all employees “except for the military.”

There is no evidence of widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election.

But aides also signaled that the new administration will not move as quickly as Trump had promised on other top priorities.

Despite anger among some members over his policies toward Israel, Woodmont said it would welcome the former president.

President Trump signed an executive order instituting a hiring freeze on all nonmilitary federal employees. White House press secretary Sean Spicer said during a press briefing that the move “counters the dramatic expansion of the federal workforce in recent years.”

Florida filings show efforts to separate from corporate management.

The hiring of combative Breitbart writer Julia Hahn rattles Capitol Hill

Next stop is full Senate, which is all but guaranteed to approve the businessman

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The aim is to defeat members of the Democratic Party who've cast unacceptable votes.

The detente comes even as the Senate readies probe of Russian hacking.

Prepare for a busy couple of weeks.

President Trump started his first full week in office Jan. 23 by signing an executive order ending U.S. participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Trump signed the presidential order on Friday, hours after being sworn in.

Even if you count a viewership spike in Russia.

The plan excludes the “military, public safety, and public health.”

Spicer acknowledged that there were some problems with the explanation he initially gave for why he considers President Trump's inauguration audience the largest ever, but he continued to stand by the assertion.

"It is nearly impossible to keep the benefits of the Affordable Care Act without keeping the whole thing,” said Senate Democratic leader Charles E. Schumer.

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