NPR Launches New Tool To Monitor President Trump's Ethical Promises

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President Trump, speaking at the White House on Wednesday, criticized the leaks surrounding his departed national security adviser, Michael Flynn. On the campaign trail, Trump encouraged leaks against his rival Hillary Clinton and said they were inevitable. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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President Trump today at the White House. The New York attorney general says Democratic AGs are considering challenging state corporate charters of the president's businesses. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Then-deputy director of CENTCOM, U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Robert Harward, is pictured with Jordan's Prince Faisal and the Army's head of operations and training Major General Awni Adwan in a May 2012 photo. Harward is now under consideration to replace Michael Flynn as President Trump's national security adviser. Khalil Mazraawi /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The government ethics office says it has reason to believe disciplinary action is warranted against senior Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway for inappropriate comments on TV. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Conway Should Be Investigated For Plugging Ivanka Trump Products, Ethics Agency Says

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Hundreds of demonstrators on the Iowa Capitol's Rotunda floor protest a bill that would restrict collective bargaining for local and state government workers. John Pemble/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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Iowa Moves To Restrict Collective Bargaining For Public Sector Workers

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Veterans Affairs Secretary-designate Dr. David Shulkin, then the undersecretary for health at the VA, testifies on Capitol Hill Feb. 1. Shulkin was confirmed on Monday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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ICE Says Recent Immigration Raids Are Business As Usual

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Maine Sen. Susan Collins speaks to the media after voting against Betsy DeVos as education secretary on Capitol Hill on Feb. 7. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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The Power Center: How A Moderate Wields Big Influence In A Polarized Senate

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