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Not A Hack: U.S. Office Of Government Ethics Tweets At Trump

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Oliver Potts, the director of the Office of the Federal Register, oversees the Electoral College. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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Trump's Election Calls Attention To Electoral College And Small Federal Agency

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Elaine Chao arrived at Trump Tower last week to meet with President-elect Donald Trump. On Tuesday, he announced she was his pick to lead the Department of Transportation. Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Don McGahn, general counsel for the Trump transition team and now chosen to serve as White House counsel, walks through the lobby at Trump Tower on Nov. 15 in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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For Trump's White House Lawyer, Policing Conflicts Will Be 'Massive Undertaking'

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President-elect Donald Trump, flanked by his wife and grown children, cuts a ribbon during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel, just a few blocks from the White House, on Oct. 26. Getty Images hide caption

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Product safety field staff send damaged products, such as this burnt battery pack from a defective electric scooter, to the government testing lab in Rockville, Md. Raquel Zaldivar/NPR hide caption

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As Batteries Keep Catching Fire, U.S. Safety Agency Prepares For Change

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Non-Politicians Talking Politics: Australian Radio Host Richard Glover

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Hillary Clinton leaves after speaking at the Children's Defense Fund Beat the Odds Celebration at the Newseum in Washington on Nov. 16. It was her first speech since losing the presidential election. Yuri Gripas/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Undoing federal regulations is neither quick nor simple. Evelyn Hockstein/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Vowing To Roll Back Regulations, Trump Faces Uphill Task

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Vice President-elect Mike Pence waves as he leaves a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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GOP Looks To Pence As Trump's Point Man On Capitol Hill

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In March 2014, President Obama directed Labor Secretary Tom Perez to modernize overtime protections. A federal judge Tuesday blocked implementation of the new rule set to go into effect Dec. 1. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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