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Ex-GSA Contracting Official Gets Prison Time for Nepotism

Justice Department cites 100-plus phony federal employment applications.

What To Do Before a Vacation To Make Sure Coming Back To Work Isn’t Pure Agony

A little prep before you leave the office can ease the pain of returning to it.

Lawsuit Captures Warfare Over Regulatory Rollback

Opposition groups protest the administration’s rollback of regulations government-wide.

Play of the Day: The President Presents 'This Old Dump'

A magazine is reporting that President Donald Trump called the White House a "dump" while golfing at his club in New Jersey.

Navigating the Jump From Peer to Boss

Nine ideas to help you survive and thrive.

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin testifies on Capitol Hill in June.

Bill to Boost VA Hiring, Private Care Heads to Trump's Desk

Measure will provide $3.9 billion in emergency funds to VA.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking member on the House Oversight Committee, speaks during a news conference in April.

Democratic Lawmakers Protest Border Patrol Asylum Policies

Cummings, Lofgren ask DHS secretary and inspector general for training documents.

President Donald Trump waves as he walks with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster from the Oval Office to Marine One in June.

An NSC Staffer Is Forced Out Over a Controversial Memo

The document charges that globalists, Islamists, and other forces within and outside the government are subverting President Trump’s agenda.

The Justice Department's New Civil-Rights Cause: Discrimination Against Whites

Jeff Sessions follows in the risky footsteps of George W. Bush’s Justice Department.