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Agents patrol on horseback in South Texas. The IG said wastefulness could hinder CBP's planned Border Patrol hiring spree.

CBP Administered Polygraphs to Applicants Already Admitting Drug Smuggling, Human Trafficking

The agency wasted $5 million giving exams to candidates it should have already deemed unsuitable, IG says.

Play of the Day: Guam is Not Worried

With the North Korean regime posturing, the American territory has heard these threats before.

Play of the Day: Tensions Build Between the United States and North Korea

Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump are exchanging threats involving fire, fury and Guam.

VA Secretary David Shulkin would like to re-fire the official.

VA Secretary Vows to Re-Fire Former D.C. Health Center Chief

Review board last week issued a temporary stay on ex-employee’s firing last week.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said: "Whoever approved of this spending should be fired."

Defense Contractor Billed Government for Porsches, Million-Dollar Salaries and Secret Guns

Senator calls for heads to roll at the Pentagon over new report of questionable spending.

Democrats Want to Know How Much Agencies Are Spending at Trump Properties

House Oversight committee lawmakers warn that federal employees may be compromised when they work on official activities that help the president financially.

Analysis: Can Kelly Rein in the Unruly President?

Maybe so, but it may make Trump turn on him—and a bigger question is whether it really matters at this point.

Play of the Day: Trump's Working Vacation

The president is taking "meetings and calls" up in New Jersey.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., introduced the bill.

Senate Passes Bill to 'Crack Down' on Feds Spending Improperly

Measure would also help agencies negotiate better prices on their purchases, senators say.