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Congress’ Budget Dysfunction is More Than 4 Decades in the Making

Congress may have averted a shutdown, but don't get too excited, warns a Harvard budget expert. The deal isn't sustainable long term.

Rays from the setting sun shine on the facade of the United States Embassy, in Havana in October.

The Case of the Sick Americans in Cuba Gets Stranger

The suspects include Cubans, Russians, cicadas, and psychology.

Army Watchdog Executive Found to Have Sexually Harassed, Insulted Colleagues

Unwanted kissing and racially loaded comments denied by accused.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke walks through a hunting expo in Utah.

Environmental Group Charges Interior With Illegally Filling Top Vacancies

Complaint says decisions of high-ranking Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Land Management officials should be declared invalid.

VA Secretary David Shulkin at the White House in November.

VA Secretary Improperly Accepted Tennis Tickets and Billed Taxpayers for Wife's Travel, IG Says

Shulkin denies any wrongdoing, despite evidence that he lied to the media and that his chief of staff altered documents.

Then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta at the National Press Club in 2012.

Former Cabinet Secretaries Decry Lack of Leadership

Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and former Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell say political dysfunction is harming the country.

Why Trump’s Performance Pay Fund Won’t Happen in 2019

Proposed $1 billion interagency award pool would only be big enough to give feds currently meeting or exceeding performance standards an average boost of $481 next year.

White House aides Rob Porter (left) and Jared Kushner (right) flank Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly while heading to board Marine One, Friday, August 4, 2017.

How the White House Gamed the Security-Clearance System

Even when the FBI recommends against granting a clearance, there’s nothing to prevent a president from simply overriding the system.

President Trump boards Air Force One on Feb. 5.

Trump Said He Cut $1B from Air Force One's Price. His New Budget Says He Hasn't

The Pentagon's budget request sent to Congress on Monday still projects two new Air Force One jetliners costing $4 billion.