The Atlantic Today's News: Jan. 23, 2017 2017-01-24T04:50:00.000000Z Pompeo confirmed as CIA director, Trump withdraws from TPP, and more from the United States and around the world. The Donald Trump Cabinet Tracker 2017-01-24T01:13:00.000000Z The Senate confirmed Representative Mike Pompeo to be CIA director in a bipartisan vote on Monday evening. What Does Trump's 'Day of Patriotic Devotion' Really Mean? 2017-01-24T00:47:29.000000Z The president declared his own inauguration a national holiday. But the language he used says something more. The Atlantic Daily: Fact, Falsehood, Fantasy 2017-01-24T00:18:59.000000Z Trump pulled out of TPP, women marched to protest the president, “alternative facts” marked a war with the media, and more. The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: A Song of Spicer and Ire 2017-01-23T23:06:18.000000Z During a press briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said, “I think sometimes we can disagree with the facts” but “our intention is never to lie to you.” The White House Can't Easily Repair Its Relationship With the Media 2017-01-23T22:44:52.000000Z Press Secretary Sean Spicer continued to suggest on Monday that the media is attempting to undercut the president. ‘The Strongest Guys Are Often the Worst Construction Workers’ 2017-01-23T22:00:00.000000Z Another reader joins the series: As a construction laborer, I find that one of the… The Many Scandals of Donald Trump: A Cheat Sheet 2017-01-23T21:15:00.000000Z One of the women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct has sued him for defamation after he labeled her claims false. The Exhausting Work of Tallying America's Largest Protest 2017-01-23T21:13:00.000000Z A pair of political-science professors are combing through news stories and individual reports to estimate the number of people who demonstrated on Saturday. The Lawsuits Begin 2017-01-23T21:02:00.000000Z An ethics watchdog group is suing President Trump over his continued failure to distance himself from his company.