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President Donald Trump, with his Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, sits at his desk on Air Force One on Thursday.

How Reporters Misread Trump’s First Week in Office

The new president’s opening act has disrupted governing traditions, but it’s the second act that matters most.

The Trump International Hotel in Washington.

One Reason for GSA’s Silence on Trump Hotel: It’s Complicated

There’s no easy solution for an agency caught in a highly politicized situation.

Trump signs executive orders on immigration Wednesday.

Trump's Orders Calling for 15,000 New Federal Employees Could Face Setbacks

Hiring surge comes from president’s immigration executive orders.

10 Tips for Federal Employees on the Personal Use Of Social Media

Your personal accounts are your own, but there are limits to what you can do with them.

Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., is one of the lawmakers who inquired about VA's status during the freeze.

Republicans Seek Assurance That Certain VA Health Jobs Are Exempt From Hiring Freeze

The department this week said it plans to exempt anyone it considers necessary for “public safety.”

State Department Loses Top Management Team in Trump’s First Week

In addition to the key leadership vacancies, the federal hiring freeze also could hobble operations.

The Border Wall Is a Negotiating Tactic Straight Out of 'The Art of the Deal'

Trump seems to be taking whole pages out of his own his 1987 best seller to renegotiate the U.S.'s relationship with Mexico.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy

House Majority Leader Calls ‘Career Bureaucrats’ the Washington Swamp in Op-Ed

The piece implies career civil servants created Obama-era executive regulations, which is not true.

Small Business Administration Administrator-designate, former wrestling entertainment executive, Linda McMahon testifies on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

Trump Plans to Keep Small Business Administration in the Cabinet, Nominee Says

Linda McMahon backs away from earlier support to move the SBA into the Commerce Department.

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