The Trump administration is waging an almost unprecedented war on transparency.
But do voters actually care?
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer today defended the Trump administration's decision to break with the Obama administration and stop releasing White House visitor logs.
Dropping the so-called Mother of All Bombs on Afghanistan has earned Donald Trump another round of glowing coverage from the war-hungry Beltway media.
But the decision to use America's biggest non-nuclear weapon in Afghanistan wasn't really his - it was the generals'.
So - should it reassure us that the professionals are in charge?
Or scare us even more?
For decades Republicans have been the party of federalism and local control.
So why are they now threatening to shut down the government if police departments all over the country don't bow down before their far-right agenda?
If the government shuts down again, you can probably blame the Trump administration.
United Airlines stock continued to plummet yesterday after a passenger was violently removed from his seat after refusing to give it up.
The whole incident was caught on camera - complete with screaming passengers and bloody noses - and it's rapidly turned into a public relations disaster for an already struggling airline.
Just a few days after striking the Assad regime in response to a chemical weapons attack, the Trump administration is now hinting at even greater involvement in Syria's bloody civil war.
Trump's new Chairman of the FCC, Ajit Pai, recently co-authored what is either an intentionally or naively deceptive op-ed in The Washington Post.
America's TV Media Crisis Goes Far Beyond Covering Trump: We Simply Aren't Hearing About the Most Pressing Issues of Our Time
America has a "lying press" problem. And it's not the "enemy of the people" situation our president has asserted.
Consider the biggest threats America faces right now.
As the standoff heats up between Donald Trump and the Freedom Caucus - is the Republican Party on the verge of all-out civil war?
And if so - who'll come out on top: Trump and his red hat-wearing army or the Koch brothers and their million dollar mercenaries in Congress?