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Kushner Adds $10 Million in ‘Omitted’ Assets to Disclosure Form

Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, filed an amended financial disclosure that included 77 items -- worth at least $10 million -- “inadvertently omitted” from a filing the White House released in March, including one that will require his recusal.

Your Guide to Understanding the Trump-Russia Saga: QuickTake Q&A

By now, few American elected leaders dispute that elements of the Russian state meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election -- though President Donald Trump continues to say it "could have been a lot of different groups." What remains unknown, or at least unproven, is whether anybody from Trump’s winning campaign assisted in that meddling. Though Trump dismisses talk of collusion as "a total hoax," official inquiries continue and have broadened into a wide-ranging review of his business deali

The Top Stories to Watch in Washington Next Week

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli looks ahead to the top news stories to watch in Washington next week. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterly and Joe Weisenthal on "What’d You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)

Trump Struggles to Regain Footing After Staff Defections

President Donald Trump sought to impose order in his White House in the face of a widening Russia probe on Friday, ending a tumultuous week by appointing a new lead lawyer, sidelining his old one and hiring a new communications director as two top spokesmen quit in protest.

He Investigated Dubious Firings for U.S. Then He Was Fired

Darrell Whitman was an investigator for the U.S. Labor Department for only a few months in 2010 when complaints crossed his desk from two former Wells Fargo & Co. tellers. They claimed they’d been fired after complaining that the only way to meet bank quotas was to open unauthorized accounts.