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Trump and Obama meet at the White House on Nov. 10, 2016.

Trump Transition Declined Some Ethics Advice, Rejected Some GAO Interviews

Watchdog report to Democratic lawmakers finds no misspent funds.

House Approves Bill to Give Cost-Saving Feds $20,000 Bonuses

Measure would double current awards and give agency heads the authority to dole them out.

Efrain Diaz Figueroa walks by his sister's home destroyed in the passing of Hurricane Maria in San Juan on Monday.

New Storms Set Back Relief Efforts on Puerto Rico

Fresh rain fell on saturated soil Wednesday, elevating the threat of landslides and slowing efforts to distribute relief.

Trump holds a Cabinet meeting in July. HHS Secretary Tom Price recently resigned over his use of private charter flights at taxpayer expense, and a handful of other Cabinet members are now in hot water over their travel arrangements.

Government's Ethics Watchdog Warns Trump Team to Improve Behavior

OGE director says he is "deeply concerned" about the messages agency leaders are sending to employees.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke gets a tour from National Park Service employees at Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida, during a three-day trip to assess hurricane damage.

Zinke, Mnuchin Travels Raise Still More Questions

Interior chief draws Hatch Act concerns while Treasury watchdog revisits Treasury chief’s flights.

'People Who Boast About Their IQ Are Losers'

Studies say that bragging about your superiority makes people like you less—so what does Donald Trump hope to gain?

Are Trump's Feuds With Tillerson and Corker a Prelude to War?

While it’s tempting to view the spats as just more palace intrigue, they reveal a president impatient with diplomacy and drawn toward military force.

U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles, from the 335th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, drop 2,000 pound Joint Direct Attack Munitions on a cave in eastern Afghanistan in 2009.

The U.S. Air War in Afghanistan Is Nearing Surge-Era Intensity

The latest figures from Air Force Central Command show that more bombs are being dropped than have been in nearly seven years.

Play of the Day: Trump and Tillerson Compare IQ Tests

The president jokingly suggested that the State Department chief and he could measure their intelligence quotients.