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Signs the Democratic Party’s Future Is Far From Settled

Signs the struggle over the the Democratic Party's future is far from settled, and more in Capital Journal Daybreak

April 13 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Trump doesn’t ignore fair housing and public assistance programs — unfortunately

Unlike many politicians of both major parties, President Trump has not forgotten about poor people. Unfortunately. If you are impoverished or black or ...

April 13 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Ryan’s Replacement | Pompeo on the Hill | Senators May Shield Mueller

News and analysis from WSJ's Washington bureau

April 12 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Federal employees lag private sector workers in salaries by 32 percent on average, report says

Federal employee salaries on average lag those of similar private sector workers by just under 32 percent, a pay advisory council has said, while also ...

April 11 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Opponents ready to fight Trump’s plan to repeal Obama’s ‘rethink’ of school discipline

Educators, civil rights activists and politicians favoring the Obama administration’s progressive school discipline policies have a tough fight to protect ...

April 10 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Q&A for federal workers: Buyout and early retirement offers

Q: Last year around this time there was a lot of talk about early-out and buyout offers. What happened? A: To avoid layoffs when downsizing or reorganizing, ...

April 10 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

ATF’s problem of ‘lost, stolen, or missing’ guns has gotten better, but it’s still a worry

Gun control is a never-ending argument in American politics, but it should not be an issue within U.S. law enforcement agencies. Yet, here comes another ...

April 9 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

April political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network

        

April 1 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Meghan McCain tweets photo of 'amazing hike with dad' after senator's brain-cancer diagnosis

Senator John McCain revealed he has a primary brain tumor, with doctors describing the tumor as a glioblastoma.         

July 23, 2017 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

From FDR to Obama: A look back at inaugural traditions

       

December 29, 2016 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON