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Walter Shaub resigned this week as director of the Office of Government Ethics, effective later this month. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Exiting Ethics Chief Walter Shaub Calls Trump White House 'A Disappointment'

Shaub, who announced he would resign on Thursday, says his successor should be someone "who's shown respect for the ethical norms and traditions, and is independent."

Steve Daines of Montana (right) talks with fellow Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell and Pat Roberts in a White House meeting in June on the GOP health care strategy, which would include deep cuts to Medicaid. Montana insurers say the plan worries them. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Montana Insurers Say Medicaid Cuts Would Drive Up Cost Of Private Health Plans

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Deckhand Patrick Gallager tosses the day's catch to the dock from the Fairwater Two charter boat. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Who Gets To Fish For Red Snapper In The Gulf? It's All Politics

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Walter Shaub resigned this week as director of the Office of Government Ethics, effective later this month. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Exiting Ethics Chief Walter Shaub Calls Trump White House 'A Disappointment'

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A Ghost Story unfolds in long, static shots, most of them without faces to hang onto. Bret Curry/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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Grief Hangs Around At Home In 'A Ghost Story'

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Leo Blundo (left) and Joe Burdzinski are officials with the Nye County Republican Central Committee. Sam Gringlas/NPR hide caption

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Nevada Voters, Divided Over Health Care, Put Moderate Republican In Tough Spot

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Companies are trying geofencing, which uses GPS and radio frequency identification to set up a virtual, wireless perimeter so that cellphone users in that area receive messages or advertisements on their phones. Rawpixel/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Recruiters Use 'Geofencing' To Target Potential Hires Where They Live And Work

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Alison Brie (left) and Betty Gilpin star in GLOW, a new Netflix show about a women's wrestling league in the 1980s. Erica Parise/Erica Parise/Netflix hide caption

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'GLOW' Co-Creators Explain Why Wrestling Is Like Greek Theater

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