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State Department IG Looking Into Alleged Political Targeting of Career Workers

Whistleblowers say the department is reassigning employees who worked on Obama priorities.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs the Capitol after a closed-door meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

There's No Way Mueller Will Indict Trump

Those hoping the special counsel will prosecute the president are engaging in fantasy.

President Trump addresses a joint session of Congress last winter, as Vice President Mike Pence (left) and House Speaker Paul Ryan listen.

Trump's State of the Union Address May Sound Very Familiar

The president didn’t make much headway on many of the proposals he issued in his first address to Congress last year, so he’ll outline them again.

Surprise Poll Finding: Government Should Do More to Help People

The majority view in favor of bigger government is a shift from recent skepticism.

Supreme Court Justices Face a Historic Choice Regarding Presidential Power

Court asked parties in case against President Trump's travel ban to brief the justices on a legal issue not considered originally.

Play of the Day: Recapping the (Short) Shutdown

Late-night hosts note that another shutdown could be coming in a few weeks.

Mediation Service Tops Best Small Agencies to Work in Washington

Partnership for Public Service releases revised rankings after extra data from OPM.

Damage from the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, in 2013. The Chemical Safety Board helped investigate that explosion.

Chemical Safety Board Accused of Holding Secret Off-Site Meetings

Whistleblower complains to watchdog about deliberations, but agency denies wrongdoing.

Play of the Day: Trump's Relationship With Robert Mueller

The president says he'll testify under oath, but a new report suggests he wanted to fire the investigator.