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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.

HHS Secretary Tom Price. An HHS spokesperson said sometimes commercial travel is not feasible for Price.

Momentum Builds for Probe of HHS Secretary’s Travel Costs

Agency says using charter planes helps Price move power out of Washington.

Acting ICE director Thomas Homan holds a press conference over the summer. The agency's mission is controversial enough that its executives need protection, officials have argued.

IG: Immigration and Border Agency Execs Used Security Details Without Legal Authority

Homeland Security agrees to review protection programs, but will not suspend them during the review.

Play of the Day: Trump Wants to Repeal and Replace Obamacare

He may not know what it means, but he definitely wants it done.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi speak with DREAMERS on Capitol Hill earlier this month.

How Democrats' Debt Ceiling Deal With President Trump May Have Backfired

The agreement cleared up a busy congressional calendar, allowing Republicans time for another attempt at repealing Obamacare.

The White House’s National Security Council paid $1,092 in March for a two-night stay at the Trump-owned Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, according to the documents obtained through a public records request by Property of the People.

Senators Unveil Bill to Ban Agencies from Spending at President’s Properties

Trump’s hotel profits prompt more legislation as court cases advance.

Play of the Day: Trump's United Nations Speech

The president doubled down on a nickname for Kim Jong-un and stumbled over a few key words.