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A sign posted at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2013 government shutdown alerts visitors to its closure.

Agencies Begin Posting Their Shutdown Furlough Plans

White House officials warned agencies they should begin preparing for a lapse in appropriations.

Donald Trump holds up a signed proclamation to shrink the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments at the Utah State Capitol on Monday.

In Unprecedented Move, Trump Shrinks Two National Monuments

The decision significantly reduces public land designated by prior presidents.

Are Smartphones Making Us Less Productive?

This is not an idle thought, but a serious question recently posed by the Bank of England.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has not delivered promised analysis, senator says.

Treasury Watchdog Probes Mnuchin's Handling of Tax Reform 'Study'

Democratic senator accuses secretary of overstating career staff research that was not made public.

Sessions Has Argued Even Presidents Should Pay for Obstructing Justice

Donald Trump's personal lawyer argued today that the president cannot be found guilty of obstructing justice. Sessions weighed in on that back in 1999.

Depleted Export-Import Bank Hit With Another Vacancy

Acting chief leaves as Senate panel continues to delay confirmation of Trump nominee.

Deal to Push Back Shutdown Deadline Faces Uncertain Prospects

Democrats and Tea Party members are still considering whether to support a two-week CR.

The X-51A Waverider flew its fourth and final mission May 1 over the Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center Sea Range May 1, 2013.

Pentagon Building Wish List for New Technology Spending

The military’s top weapons buyer wants to better coordinate the Defense Department’s investments across its labs and research offices.