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In a reply brief filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia on Tuesday to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, the Justice Department says it is modifying its request, no longer pursuing its broad request for the IP data -- i.e. data that would have personally identified the visitors to the site -- for visitors to disruptj20.org. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Justice Department backtracks on request for visitor info to anti-Trump website

The department instead wants the D.C. court to issue a new warrant to exclude visitor IP logs, unpublished drafts, and images.

Former AFL-CIO official says labor group excluded from White House meetings

By Sean Higgins

"I can only assume that someone in the White House preferred not to have labor's voice at the table after all," Thea Lee wrote in Cosmopolit...

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Nine federal departments explained how to watch the eclipse safely

By Pete Kasperowicz

More than half of the federal government's major departments offered advice to Americans on how to watch Monday's solar eclipse safely.

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Rex Tillerson puts Pakistan 'on notice' for sheltering terrorists

By Joel Gehrke

Secretary of State Tillerson suggested that the Trump team will use an array of tools as leverage, including sanctions if needed.

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