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The Environmental Protection Agency administrator typically brings a large group of aides with him on trips and usually flies with Delta, even though the government has contracts with specific airlines for specific routes.

The proposal, buried in the White House fiscal 2019 budget, would include items like milk, peanut butter, canned fruits, and cereal.

The State Department budget would be cut by 27% and the EPA would be cut by 34%.

The budget will likely be ignored by Congress, which passed its own two-year spending plan last week.

Republicans want to make a deal and Democrats say they want to make a deal. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis called the situation "perplexing," because it's not clear whether the attack was a rogue operation or if it was ordered by Russia.

Wouldn’t it be great if we could finally, after so many years, solve the DACA puzzle. The fighters attacked a base and refinery held by the U. (Bloomberg) poll/ Trump's job approval climbed to 44%, compared to 53% who disapprove in a Priorities USA poll – a Democratic super PAC.

Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah issued a statement last week saying that Porter's "background investigation was ongoing" and that the White House was first contacted about Porter's clearance in July.

Wray, testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the FBI submitted a partial report on Porter's clearance in March 2017 and that the investigation was completed in July.

Kelly has found himself increasingly isolated in the White House as his timeline of the events surrounding Porter's departure doesn't align with what happened.

The FBI's "timeline makes one thing clear: the Kelly coverup is unraveling right before our eyes," a White House official said.

(New York Times / Politico / Washington Post) 4/ The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau dropped a lawsuit against a lender that allegedly charged people up to 950% interest rates.

Led by Trump appointee Mick Mulvaney, the CFPB will operate for the years 2018 through 2022 under a "revised mission and vision of the bureau" that will call upon the agency to "fulfill its statutory responsibilities but go no further." (NPR / CNBC) 5/ Scott Pruitt often uses taxpayer funds to fly first-class and stay at luxury hotels, using unspecified security concerns as justification.

(Bloomberg / New York Times / Washington Post) 3/ Trump's infrastructure plan will provide up to 0 billion in federal funding to encourage cities and states to invest in roads, bridges, and other building projects.