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Schools Are Put on Federal Notice to Respect Transgender Rights

In a letter sent Friday, federal officials warn local districts not to discriminate against students using restrooms.

Good Managers Watch the Actors, Not Just the Action

They watch how people perform and conduct themselves across a range of situations.

Maybe he doesn't want to anyone to know how much he spends on those snazzy hats.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump and His Tax Returns

The Daily Show wonders why the self-described billionaire hasn't released his financial information.

TSA administrator Peter Neffenger testifies at a confirmation hearing in June 2015.

TSA Chief Promises More Staffing, Better Accountability

Committee members grill administrator, but suggest he’s moving in the right direction.

A Legal Victory Against Obamacare

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled against the Obama administration’s method of funding a major Affordable Care Act subsidy.

Marines train in Hawaii in 2011.

The First Infantry Women of the U.S. Marines

The Corps has approved two women for roles previously open only to men.

Members of the House Budget Committee, in front from left, Rep. Gary Palmer, R-Ala., Rep. Dave Brat R-Va., Rep. Rod Blum R-Iowa, and rear from center left, Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., and Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind., gather for a markup session in March.

The House Freedom Caucus Is Trying to Be Reasonable on the Budget

The cadre of conservative budget hawks on the Hill feels damned if it does play spoiler in budget negotiations, and damned if it doesn’t.

Stephen Hedger is the assistant secretary of Defense for legislative affairs.

Pentagon’s Congressional Liaison Takes On GOP Lawmakers Over Benghazi, Email

Legislative chief Stephen Hedger challenges committee chairmen on document delivery.

The Other Open Season This Year

An opportunity to reassess your life insurance options.

Sen. David Vitter, R-La., demanded a legislative or administrative correction to a 2013 rule he called illegal.

Senator: Address the Obamacare Exception for Hill Staffers, Or I’ll Keep Blocking OPM Nominee

Vitter says Cobert has been involved in defending and executing an October 2013 rule that allowed congressional offices to get around an Affordable Care Act requirement.