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VA Undersecretary Dr. David Shulkin talks with attendees prior to testifying at a Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee field hearing in Gilbert, Ariz., in 2015.

Trump Taps Obama Appointee As VA Secretary

Dr. David Shulkin is the current head of the Veterans Health Administration, the department’s largest agency.

Trump’s Homeland Security Pick Does Not Think a Wall is Enough to Protect the Southern Border

Jack Kelly told senators that Trump's proposed wall is not enough to protect the U.S.-Mexico border.

Barack Obama's Enduring Faith in America

In his farewell address, the president warned of threats to the nation’s tradition of democracy—none more than from inside—and rebuked Donald Trump, but sought to rally the country around shared ideals.

Homeland Security Secretary-designate John Kelly testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Trump’s DHS Pick Promises Better Morale Through ‘Bottom Up’ Approach

While distancing himself from some Trump policies, Kelly says he’ll let employees do their jobs.

Attorney general pick Jeff Sessions was the most frequently named when respondents did come up with someone.

Two-Thirds of Americans Can't Name a Single Trump Cabinet Pick

Survey also finds a divide over how involved the president-elect will be in actually running the government.

President-elect Donald Trump listens to a reporter's question in New York on Monday.

Trump Nominees Can Serve in SES Roles at Agencies as They Await Confirmation

Appointees would be advisers and consultants at their agencies-to-be.

Studies of Monkey Drool, Frat Boys’ Party Habits Make Latest Senate 'Wastebook'

Senator accuses science agencies of spending taxpayers' money to research the obvious.

Project Management for the Rest of Us

So you don’t have formal training for that initiative you now have to lead. You can still get it done on time and under budget.

Trump’s Agenda Quickly Collides With Reality on the Hill

From repealing Obamacare to building a border wall funded by Mexico, the president-elect’s campaign priorities have hit some early turbulence.

Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump attend a victory party in April.

Kushner Appointment Would Spark Showdown Over Federal Nepotism Laws

The president-elect reportedly will name his son-in-law as a senior White House adviser.

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