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Acting DEA chief Chuck Rosenberg did not provide any future plans or reasons for leaving, an agency spokeswoman said.

Departing DEA Chief Was Not a Fan of Trump's Get-Tough Rhetoric

Rosenberg's sudden exit from drug agency could also be related to being a Comey protégé.

Democrats Try to Persuade Trump to End Debt Ceiling Standoffs That Could Lead to Default

Pelosi and Schumer hope to persuade the president to go along with their plan.

Play of the Day: Trump Learns About Puerto Rico

The president is planning a trip next week to survey the damage.

Federal Union Calls for More Hiring for CBP Preclearance Program

Agency has confirmed deals with two new foreign airports, 10 more in the works.

Rep. Steve Russell, R-Okla., also questioned the need to create new program evaluation officer positions.

Historically Bipartisan Movement for Evidence-Based Policy Starts to Turn Political

Lawmakers question need for new body to enable evidence-based policy.

Play of the Day: Trump Starts a Feud With the NFL

In Alabama, the president criticized players protesting on the field.

House Fails to Approve Short-Term FAA Reauthorization

Bill would extend agency’s authority for six months, omits air traffic control privatization proposal.

Nearly One in Five Female Feds Say They Have Experienced Recent Workplace Sexual Harassment

One percent of feds said they have been raped or assaulted at work in last two years, survey finds.

Play of the Day: Kim Escalates His Feud With Trump

The North Korean leader called the American president a "dotard."

A Marine with Task Force Southwest watches as an Afghan National Army soldier with the Helmand Regional Military Training Center fires an M4 carbine at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan.

U.S. Was ‘Ill-Prepared’ to Help Train Afghan Security Forces, IG Finds

“One U.S. officer watched TV shows like Cops and NCIS” for lesson plans, watchdog says.