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What to Know in Washington: Summit Brings Fringe to White House

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The White House is holding a closed-door social media summit today that’s short on social media companies and long on fringe conservative voices that back up President Donald Trump’s claims of being silenced online.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Readies Kidney Care Revamp

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President Donald Trump is set to reboot Medicare’s approach to kidney care, upending the country’s second largest domestic drain on taxpayers.

What to Know in Washington: Debt Limit, USMCA Clocks Ticking

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Congress must decide soon on a path to raise the debt ceiling, fund the government and approve a massive North American trade deal -- putting pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to quickly wrangle a restive Democratic caucus that has an eye on the 2020 elections.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Says Border Woes Exaggerated

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President Donald Trump said yesterday that problems at U.S. border facilities have been exaggerated by the news media, and he demanded that Democrats in Congress change asylum laws to make it more difficult for migrants to claim refuge in the U.S.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Reverses Course on Census

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The Justice Department is exploring ways to include a citizenship question on the U.S. census as President Donald Trump vows to fight on after the Supreme Court put the plan on hold.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Scraps Citizenship Query Fight

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The Trump administration abandoned its hard-fought plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census after the U.S. Supreme Court challenged its purpose, a win for immigrant-rights groups and Democrats who claimed the query was designed to dilute their power.

What to Know in Washington: Mueller Testimony Sets Up Showdown

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreed to testify publicly before two House panels, setting up a dramatic hearing that promises to reinvigorate the national debate over his findings on Russian election interference and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump.

Contract for Enrollment Boost Could Lengthen TSA PreCheck Lines

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The Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration wants to make enrolling in its TSA PreCheck program simpler and more convenient for high-frequency travelers.

What to Know in Washington: U.S., Mexico Extend Tariff Talks

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U.S. and Mexican negotiators are set to resume talks today with time running short to avert President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs next week.

Air Force Launches $4.5 Billion ‘Black Ops’ Security Contract

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The U.S. Air Force is seeking an industry partner to provide physical security and cybersecurity services to safeguard its most sensitive information, according to a draft request for proposal released May 29.

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