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A CBP agent searches for illegal immigrants in Hidalgo, Texas.

Border Agency Promises Not to Sacrifice Quality for Speed in Hiring

Officials say Trump’s target number of new employees may not prove necessary after the wall is built.

EPA Employees Vow to 'Stand Up! Fight Back!' Against New Administration, Budget Cuts

Trump administration is reportedly considering cutting one-fourth of EPA funding, with the goal of eliminating 20 percent of its workforce.

Don’t Be Distracted By Trump’s 100-Day Plan

It’s the next 1,000 days that matter, and the risks are significant, especially for the president’s base.

Lamar Smith, Chair of the House Science Committee, accused the EPA of pursuing “a political agenda, not a scientific one,” of proposing the most “ineffective regulations in history,” and of relying on “questionable science based on nonpublic information."

These ‘Transparency’ Bills Would Gut the EPA

Two proposed laws would sever the agency from scientific experts, and scientific expertise—all under the guise of honesty and openness.

Embrace Your Inner Trump and Become a Better Leader

Aspects of the president's polarizing personality exist within us all, Zen masters say.

Here’s Something We Can All Agree On: Agencies Need to Deliver Results

In a time of superheated politics, a focus on government performance is especially important.

Why Trump's Budget Cuts Are Even More Severe Than Advertised

By one measure, Trump’s proposals represent a 25 percent reduction to domestic agencies.

Trump Nominees’ Complex Finances Slow Vetting Process

A progress report shows the administration is far behind on staffing key positions.

Majority of Agencies Have Fallen Behind on Updating FOIA Rules

Survey finds that just over a third have responded to new law.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said that if Republicans fund the wall and address other controversial priorities, “they will be shutting down the government.”

Democrats Threaten Shutdown Over Trump, Republican Priorities

ICE buildup, wall funding and other riders could cause trouble for spending bills.

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