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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt attends a Cabinet meeting on June 12.

EPA Watchdog Widens Probe of Pruitt’s Travel Expenses

Frequency and costs of all trips, not just those to Oklahoma, are being examined.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was criticized most notably for using a government aircraft for an August trip to the U.S. Mint’s Bullion Depository during the eclipse.

Treasury Secretary Cleared of Criticism He Misused Flights on Military Transport

Treasury watchdog finds military transport use is proper for White House support.

Play of the Day: North Korea Doesn't Understand American Holidays

A potential show of force may not resonate as much as the hermit kingdom thinks it will.

IRS headquarters in Washington.

IRS’s Controversial Review of Nonprofits Was Broader Than Reported, IG Says

Scrutiny of tea party groups that angered Republicans extended to progressive groups too.

House Approves Budget Plan that Would Cut Federal Employee Benefits

Retirement program, health care cuts could be in the offing for workers.

A Definition of 'Love' From the Food and Drug Administration

A federal agency managed to do what so few poets and lovers never could.

Play of the Day: Secretaries of State Are Just Like Us

Rex Tillerson's called a press conference to dispute that he called President Donald Trump a "moron."

Play of the Day: Trump Has Fun Distributing Supplies in Puerto Rico

The president threw paper towels to victims and joked about the U.S. budget.

Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley deleted the problematic message and has not engaged in any prohibited activity since.

Administration Official Violated Law by Retweeting Trump, Watchdog Says

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley joins White House officials in trouble for running afoul of the Hatch Act.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump speak at Luis Muniz Air National Guard Base Tuesday.

Analysis: Trump's Puerto Rico Visit Is a Political Disaster

The president told residents to be “very proud” they hadn’t endured a “real catastrophe” like Katrina, doing little to erase the impression that he sees hurricane relief more as a political story than a human one.