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Duane Ehmer, an occupier of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, walks his horse Hellboy on the site in October 2016.

Does the Government Track Anti-Public-Land Extremists?

Some Democrats allege that the Department of the Interior isn’t doing enough to protect public-land employees.

Legal Group Probes Obama EPA’s Alleged Lobbying on Social Media

Thunderclap platform was used to defend “Waters of the United States” rule.

Voters in St. Louis during the 2016 presidential election.

House Republicans Want to Eliminate Federal Election Assistance Agency

“The happiest people out there would be the hackers,” says a former official at the Justice Department’s Voting Section.

Transportation Secretary Tries to Explain Trump's Tweets About Mika Brzezinski

“The president is a citizen as well, and he says what he wants to say,” Chao said.

Former GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth. Roth allegedly retaliated against Sharpe.

GSA Watchdog Details Clash That Drove Sharpe from Acquisition Service

Alleged whistleblower retaliation included threats of negative review and transfer.

As Trump Budget Cuts Loom, Feds Adjust Their Training

Specialists warn that some of agencies’ best may be first to jump to private sector.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions gestures as he testifies on Capitol Hill on June 13.

Analysis: What Happens If Trump’s White House Invokes Executive Privilege?

Laws that limit presidential power won't enforce themselves – Congress must act.

House Panel Advances Air Traffic Control Privatization Plan

Controllers union announces formal support for the proposal.

Nashville, Tennessee.

Agencies Could Learn a Lot From Tennessee's Shift to Pay for Performance

The state's civil service reform efforts offer many lessons for the federal government.