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The Beginning of the End of the Debt Ceiling

With another deal with Democrats, President Trump could release the hostage that congressional Republicans took during their early fiscal battles with the Obama administration.

DEA Administrator Michelle Leonhart, shown testifying on Capitol Hill in 2013, failed to stop a subordinate from intervening to reinstate an agent's clearance.

DEA Exec Intervened to Reinstate Security Clearance of Agent Involved in Sex Scandal

Special agent was suspended for granting his mistress (who was also a criminal) access to agency facilities, drug case evidence.

More than 32,000 Feds Are Responding to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Agencies across the government have pitched in on federal response and recovery efforts to disasters on two fronts.

When Employees Screw Up, Don’t Screw Up Your Response

A healthy organization allows people to own up to their mistakes.

Trump and Mar-a-Lago Have a Long and Questionable History With Hurricanes

After Wilma in 2005, Trump received $17 million in insurance payments. Oddly, others don't seem to recall much damage.

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., is one of the lawmakers who pushed through legislation requiring the commission on evidence-based policy.

Commission on Evidence-Based Policy Calls for Interagency Coordination

Report recommends a National Secure Data Service that would help with specific projects without compromising privacy.

Leadership Vacancies Have Slowed Security Clearance Reform, Officials Say

To cope with delays, the Pentagon issues risky interim clearances, resulting in “rapists and pedophiles” having access to classified information.

Fischer’s resignation is effective from Oct. 13.

Trump's Makeover of the Federal Reserve Will Start Sooner Than Expected

Stanley Fischer's unexpected resignation means five of seven seats on the Fed's powerful Board of Governors will be open for Trump's nominees.

Trump Backs Deal to Avert a Shutdown ... For Now

Lawmakers weigh continuing resolution to keep government open through mid-December, and a temporary hike in the debt ceiling.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaking at the Mobile World Congress in March 2015 in Barcelona, Spain.

The Trump Administration’s Innovation Problem

Even Mark Zuckerberg probably wouldn’t qualify to be on many government technology contracts.