VA Secretary Says Department Is Working Closely With Congress on Firing Bill

Senate committee makes accountability a top priority.

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Mayors to Congress: We Need to Be a Part of the ACA Conversation

“You’re going to hear from mayors loudly and clearly on these issues because we’re the ones that are going to have to deal with the people.”

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What Disengaged Employees Would Say to the Boss (If They Could Be Honest)

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Can Mexico Block Trump’s New Deportation Rules?

The administration’s plan to force undocumented immigrants out of the U.S. largely hinges on America’s increasingly tense relationship with its southern neighbor.

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Delayed Retirement: Benefits and TSP Considerations

If you work longer, how much more can you expect to receive?

The Challenge of Accessing Birth Control in the Military

Many women want to stop their periods while in the field, but getting the means to do so can be difficult.

Law Prof: Ease Trump's Conflicts of Interest Via a Public Trust

The government should manage the president’s businesses, op-ed argues.

White House Staff Ethics Training is Ongoing, Spokeswoman Says

Following Conway controversy, legal office offers regular sessions and written advice.

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Linguistics Can Help Conservatives and Liberals Agree on Objective Reality Again

"When we talk politics, we should avoid the endless repetition of buzzwords, the parroting of stale slogans, and the trading of labels."

How Trump’s Immigrant Dragnet Might Catch Your Personal Data, Too

A DHS rule change aimed at undocumented immigrants could invade the personal privacy of fare more people than the ones they’re targeting.

The Federal Government’s Reversal: Let the States Deal With Transgender Kids

The Departments of Education and Justice released revised guidelines on how schools should handle gender-identity issues.


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