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Trump’s White House Communications Directors, By Length of Service

Obama had five communications chiefs in eight years, Bush had four.

Trump's EPA Concludes Environmental Racism Is Real

A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency finds that people of color are much more likely to live near polluters and breathe polluted air—even as the agency seeks to roll back regulations on pollution.

Whatever Happened to Trump's Counterterrorism Strategy?

His approach borrows from his predecessors’, while exacerbating their worst, most counterproductive tendencies.

Congressman Wants List of Employees Deemed 'Non-Essential' During Shutdown

White House would maintain database of furloughed employees' names, pay and job descriptions.

Gen. Joseph Votel testifies before the House Armed Services Committee, Tues., Feb 27, 2018.

Russia ‘Incredibly Destabilizing’ as Syrian Conflict Threatens Region, Top U.S. General Warns

Weeks after Tillerson said the U.S. and Russia share a postwar vision, Votel says Moscow is playing both “arsonist and firefighter.”

Google Is Expanding Its List of What It Takes To Be a Great Manager

The tech giant wants leaders strong in collaboration and decision making.

How Bad Leaders Can Become Good Leaders

Investing some effort in defining your role, clarifying your values, and preparing your attitude will aid you immeasurably.

Trump Thought the Rules Didn’t Apply—and Now He’s Paying the Price

The Trump administration decided early on that many guidelines were either antiquated or punitive, and is belatedly discovering that they were there for its own protection.

Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., introduced the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform and Reauthorization Act last year.

Air Traffic Control Privatization Architect Abandons Effort

Measure, attached to FAA reauthorization bill, stalled in the House last fall.