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The Ten Behaviors of Strong Personal Leadership

Great leaders endeavor to live at their best, so they can lead at their best.

Drastically Changing Agency Missions Is Harder Than Trump Might Think

Past efforts to eliminate or upend federal agencies achieved little success.

Comparing Trump and Obama's Initial White House Websites

Uploading the website really does not take that long.

The Trump Administration Reportedly Plans to Deny the Existence of Climate-Change Science

The administration is about to remove the main federal climate science page from the internet.

Trump Says He’ll Seek ‘Major Investigation Into Voter Fraud’

Trump’s claims of electoral fraud aren’t new. He made them repeatedly as a candidate when it appeared that Hillary Clinton would win the election

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

White House Pleads Ignorance on Agency Gag Orders

EPA employees "are scared," according to one long-time career worker.

OMB nominee Mick Mulvaney testifies before the Senate Budget Committee.

OMB Nominee Wants “High-Morale, High-Performance” Federal Workforce

Rep. Mick Mulvaney said he wants to figure out how to better reward top employees and deal with poor performers.

Vice President Mike Pence, left, and National Trade Council adviser Peter Navarro, right, wait for President Donald Trump to sign executive orders on Monday.

No, the Trump Transition Is Not Far Behind That of Previous Presidents

Trump has moved 23 percent faster than Obama and Bush in filling cabinet, but lower-tier positions are lagging, analysis shows.

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