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Rep. Mick Mulvaney testifies at his nomination hearing to lead the Office of Management and Budget.

OMB Nominee Needs to Understand Creating a 'High-Performing' Workforce Won't Be Easy

Rep. Mick Mulvaney wants to do a better job of rewarding top employees and holding poor performers accountable.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer speaks during the daily briefing at the White House.

White House to ‘Career Bureaucrats’ Who Disagree With Trump: Get On Board or Get Out

Statement comes after career State Department employees sign dissent against Trump orders.

Defense Could Be Next to Announce Hiring Freeze Exemptions

Spokesman says department is finalizing guidance; senators urge exemptions for naval shipyard workers, citing national security.

Trump’s Lobbying Ban Draws Mixed Reviews From Ethics Groups

White House ethics order cancels Obama’s similar directive from 2009.

Trump signs the executive order to cut regulations on Monday.

Trump Signs One In, Two Out Order to Slash Federal Regulations

Agencies must now examine net costs of new and old regulations.

Trump Has Trouble Making Obamacare Ads Disappear

Advertising firm steps in to run promotions that the new administration canceled.

Protesters demonstrate at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday.

In Apparent Reversal, Trump Administration Says Immigration Ban Will Not Affect Green Card Holders

Legal residents are allowed back into the U.S. after all, says the White House chief of staff.

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