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A President Without an Administration

The Trump transition is behind schedule in vetting its nominees, and struggling to fill senior positions before the inauguration.

Julián Castro, Leveling the Playing Field

The secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development discusses the future of fair and affordable housing as he prepares to leave his post.

Civil Service Reform Is Coming; Employees Need to Play a Role

They understand better than anyone the problems impeding their day-to-day performance.

Will Law Enforcement Support Trump's Immigration Plans?

The president-elect has pledged to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, but his proposals would require the cooperation of state and local authorities.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, visits ancient cliff dwellings in McCloyd Canyon in Southern Utah in July.

Obama's Environmental Legacy, in Two Buttes

The Bears Ears National Monument captures much of what made President Obama inspiring to his supporters—and frustrating to his critics.

A sign advising advising those who are showing possible Ebola symptoms is posted in a lobby of New York's Bellevue Hospital in 2014.

The CDC’s New Quarantine Rule Could Violate Civil Liberties

The proposed regulation could be used to detain people without due process, or examine them without informed consent.

Always Running 10 Minutes Late? There’s a Really Good Reason For That

Laziness isn't the real problem—it's productivity.

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