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Did Trump Try to Shut Down the FBI's Michael Flynn Investigation?

A memo from fired FBI Director James Comey quotes the president as asking him to “let it go,” contradicting White House claims.

Awkward Interactions With Coworkers You Barely Know Are a Secret Key to Success

Like that lady who sits by the copier. Or that guy in sales. No, the other one. Tim? Tim. Or Tom.

The Many Contradictions of White House Spin on Russia

H.R. McMaster said Trump didn’t know the source of the information he shared, but that sharing it was wholly appropriate—even as he said that leaks about the disclosure pose a danger to national security.

TSA Says Hiring Surge Will Help With Record Travel Levels This Summer

Agency is hiring more airport screeners after years of cuts, and with freeze still partially in place.

What Every Federal CFO Needs to Know

There’s no need to have an accounting degree—some of the most effective chief financial officers don’t.

Donald Trump dines with Shinzō Abe at Mar-a-Lago in February.

A List of the Trump Administration’s Security Breaches So Far

Revealing classified information to top Russian officials was but the latest in a string of lapses since Trump took office.

White House Sets June Deadline for Suggestions from Public on Revamping Government

Officials said the comments would inform Trump's effort to make government smaller, more efficient.

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If There Are White House Recordings, They Could Be Subpoenaed

President Trump warned James Comey that there might be “tapes” of their conversation—and if there are, it would be illegal to destroy them.

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