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Homeland Security officials worked with local, state, and federal partners during the 2015 Super Bowl in Phoenix.

Law Enforcement and the Crisis of Public Confidence

Agencies need to do a better job of explaining results.

Can James Mattis Protect Trump From Hubris?

The president-elect and the risks of overconfidence

The Results Are In: Nobody Trusts Anyone Anymore

There has been a "global implosion" in the public's trust in business, government, and media, according to a new survey.

If you insult the president-elect, you're getting these Twitter hands.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Now Feuding With John Lewis

The civil rights leader said he does not see the president-elect as legitimate and Trump responded with some inaccurate insults.

Sure, Some Feds Are Overpaid

But others are underpaid, and the government doesn’t have enough data to show where the discrepancies are.

Mike Pence, second from left, joins House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., center, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., chair of the House Republican Conference, left, and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif., right, at a new conference Jan. 4.

The End of Government Oversight?

Republicans in Congress are working hard to remove business regulations that they believe are hampering economic growth.

Californians vote in 2014.

Why Elections Are Now Classified as 'Critical Infrastructure'

President Obama’s homeland security adviser hinted that it might help deter foreign cyberattacks.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, has requested information on hiring rates.

House GOP Warns Agencies Against Accelerated Hiring in Anticipation of Trump's Freeze

Looming hiring moratorium does not permit skirting civil service laws, congressman says.

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