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What Carpoolers Really Want

Who will build the great disruptive carpooling app of the 21st century?

Newt Gingrich Tries to Explain How Trump Will Remake America

He summed up the president-elect’s plans simply: “Donald Trump’s gonna kick over the table.”

Will a Weakened EPA Set Environmental Justice Back?

The hostility of Scott Pruitt, Trump's nominee to head the EPA, toward climate change rules is well-known. But his anti-regulatory stance could easily set back years of work on environmental justice.

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., hears testimony at a House Oversight Committee hearing in September.

Trump’s Pick to Lead OMB Supports Privatizing Some Federal Operations, Cutting Workforce

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, a founder of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, has long advocated federal spending cuts.

Federal Employee Unions See Uptick in Membership Since Trump’s Election

Feds should look to unions "in times of change and uncertainty," one leader says.

Donald Trump, accompanied by his daughter, Ivanka Trump, speaks during the grand opening of Trump International Hotel in Washington in October.

Donald Trump Won't Divest From His Business Before Entering Office

The president-elect reportedly refuses to sell off his holdings, leaving questions about whether they will influence his policy.

Donald Trump Should Stop Tweeting and Start Learning

The only way to achieve his goals is to turn off Twitter and start listening to experts in government operations.

Congress Allows Services to Restore Full Per Diem Rates for Defense Travelers

The change, included in the final fiscal 2017 Defense authorization bill, tweaks a controversial 2014 department policy related to long-term government travel.

Trump listens to his mobile phone in February.

How to Make Donald Trump’s Phone Safe

The man who led the effort to let President Obama keep his BlackBerry says the best solution for Trump might be multiple devices.

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