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Budget Director Mick Mulvaney discusses President Donald Trump's spending plan at the White House on March 16.

Trump’s Big League Management Agenda

Using mission to drive strategy makes eminent sense, but there are many ways to game the strategy.

Learning to Distinguish 'Fear' From 'Fear of Fear' is Key to Leading a Happy Life

Much of the time, our deepest, darkest fears are pretty overdramatic.

Report was written for Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Indefinite Delivery Contracts Make Up a Third of Agency Awards

GAO tells senator more than half were sole-source, two-thirds single-award.

Export-Import Bank 'Heartened' By Trump's New-Found Backing

White House nominates two officials to board of agency that conservatives hate.

North Korea and the Risks of Miscalculation

As tensions rise in East Asia, they highlight the dangers of Trump’s unpredictability.

Slow Pace of Hiring Will Make It Hard for Trump to Reform Government

Trump is far behind his recent predecessors in filling the dozens of crucial posts beyond his senior Cabinet.

U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal 1st Class Tyler Brooks, Task Force Sparta, teaches how to identify and counter improvised explosive devices to participants from African Union Mission in Somalia troop contributing countries in 2016.

Why Did Donald Trump Send Dozens of Troops to Somalia?

He has changed gears bigly when it comes his position on military intervention.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Has Missiles… And Cake

The president reflects on both his military strikes and his desserts.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions waits for the start of a meeting between President Donald Trump and the Fraternal Order of Police on March 28.

Advocacy Groups Warn Against ‘Illegal’ Hiring Practices at Justice

In an open letter to the attorney general, they caution against “politicization” of career staff, particularly in the Civil Rights Division.

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