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Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz and ranking Democrat Elijah E. Cummings said they believe Michael Flynn neither received permission nor fully disclosed income he earned for a speaking engagement in Russia and lobbying activities on behalf of Turkey when he applied to reinstate his security clearance.
The Daily 202
Analysis
While the mainstream media will cover this as another failure, the president’s core supporters will not see it that way. They see someone fighting to keep his promises and will give him an “A” for effort.
In strategy and substance, the American public disagrees with the conservative policies that President Trump and congressional Republicans are pursuing to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.
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The first daughter took her first crack at diplomacy abroad in her new role as assistant to the president, speaking at an economic conference in Berlin and sharing the stage with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
There are already four Democrats vying for the nomination to challenge Rep. Barbara Comstock next year.
Capital Weather Gang
The temperature is expected to reach 90 degrees — just one degree shy of the record.
The study from George Washington University looked at 12 dishes and found that one-third of the samples were incorrectly labeled.
Perspective
Washington’s 111-101 loss in Game 4 to the Hawks makes it clear they don’t know how to handle prosperity.
Spring Dining Guide
Top 10 New Restaurants
From the owners of Fainting Goat on U Street NW comes yet another excuse to explore Shaw’s Blagden Alley.
Going Out Guide
If you pay close attention to Washington’s dining scene, you’ll notice that there’s something different about the latest flurry of short-term supper clubs and bars.
Analysis
The Penguins are 8-1 all-time in playoff series against the Capitals. But that record could soon change for the better for Washington.
Electronic devices are banned from the grand courtroom, and not even lawyers can have a cellphone in the room.
The sport's most popular driver has 26 victories at the circuit's top level since 2000, but has never won the NASCAR Cup.
Fact Checker
Analysis
Trump spoke at length to the AP as he neared 100 days in office. He also made many misleading claims.
An incident report from Chicago aviation authorities said David Dao became increasingly combative and began swinging his arms with his fists closed at officers.
The Take
Analysis
The speech came in the wake of criticism that he and his aides have made several insensitive remarks regarding the Holocaust, including a suggestion by the White House press secretary that Syria's president had committed more egregious attacks on his people than Adolf Hitler.
The Fix
Analysis
The parents behind a controversial YouTube prank channel with nearly 750,000 subscribers have said their family is now in counseling.
The Fix
Analysis
The job cuts, which will come from the network’s sizable stable of on-air and online talent, have long been expected as the company looks to pare expenses in the wake of mounting subscriber losses and rising rights fees. 
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