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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.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said the White House must prioritize improving the security clearance process in the coming months.

GAO Puts Security Clearance Process Back on High Risk List

Backlog for clearances reached more than 700,000 in September 2017.

A New Group Wants to Elect More Veterans—From Both Parties

The organization, With Honor, believes veterans are the key to making Congress work across partisan lines.

GAO Will Probe ‘Fake Comments’ to Regulatory Agencies

Democrats on House commerce panel want Justice Department involvement too.

Play of the Day: Trump Heads to Davos

His wife won't accompany him, but the president is heading to Switzerland.

Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., right, and Vice Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., left, oppose a provision that allows agencies to reprogram funds without telling Congress.

Temporary Spending Bill Relieves Intel Agencies From Oversight

Senate Intelligence panel leaders warned against the House-backed provision.