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Lois Lerner, who formerly headed the IRS division that handles applications for tax-exempt status, testifies before Congress in 2014.

Trump Justice Department Declines to Prosecute Ex-IRS Official

House Republicans sought to reverse the Obama administration’s rejection of political targeting charges against Lois Lerner.

Debris damaged by flooding lines the streets after Hurricane Harvey.

GSA Relaxes Rules to Speed Contracting for Hurricane Relief Efforts

Agency raises purchase thresholds and says preference should be given to local firms.

President Donald Trump signs the Hurricane Harvey Funding Bill.

Trump Signs Funding Measure to Avert Shutdown

Bill keeps agencies open until early December and provides Hurricane Harvey relief.

The Beginning of the End of the Debt Ceiling

With another deal with Democrats, President Trump could release the hostage that congressional Republicans took during their early fiscal battles with the Obama administration.

Hurricane Scientists Have Never Seen an Image Like This Before

For the first time in modern history, three hurricanes in the Atlantic are lined up in the most dangerous of ways, according to Eric Blake, a hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center.

Play of the Day: More on Trump's Meeting With Top Democrats

It was a win for bipartisanship and Ivanka even showed up.

DEA Administrator Michelle Leonhart, shown testifying on Capitol Hill in 2013, failed to stop a subordinate from intervening to reinstate an agent's clearance.

DEA Exec Intervened to Reinstate Security Clearance of Agent Involved in Sex Scandal

Special agent was suspended for granting his mistress (who was also a criminal) access to agency facilities, drug case evidence.

More than 32,000 Feds Are Responding to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Agencies across the government have pitched in on federal response and recovery efforts to disasters on two fronts.

When Employees Screw Up, Don’t Screw Up Your Response

A healthy organization allows people to own up to their mistakes.

Trump and Mar-a-Lago Have a Long and Questionable History With Hurricanes

After Wilma in 2005, Trump received $17 million in insurance payments. Oddly, others don't seem to recall much damage.