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Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., stops to speak to members of the media after attending the weekly GOP conference luncheon at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018.

New Armed Services Chair Says He Will Fund Military, Not Drive Foreign Policy ‘Like McCain Did’

'My job is to make sure we have the resources...I try not to get into debates,’ Inhofe says in an exclusive interview.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke attends the Memorial Day Ceremony at Black Hills National Cemetery, South Dakota.

Trump Announces Major Cabinet Reshuffling

OMB and Interior will have new leadership next year.

Sen. Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump appear together on the presidential campaign trail in Alabama in February 2016.

Nominating a Crony, Loyalist or Old Buddy for Attorney General is a U.S. Presidential Tradition

President Trump has been criticized for the appointment of political allies as attorney general. But history is filled with examples of AGs who were friends and political supporters of the president.

HHS Proposes Substantial Limits on Telework

The department and union officials have until Dec. 15 to reach accord before an independent panel imposes terms for a new collective bargaining agreement.

Yes, It’s Legal For Trump To Hire His Family As White House Staff

Here's how the president can justify hiring pretty much anyone he wants for certain jobs.

Peter Strzok testifies before Congress in July.

FBI Faulted for Procedures for Smartphones that Forensics Can’t Scrub

Watchdog’s review of Strzok-Page text messages prompts changes in product selection.

HHS Restores Obamacare Guidance on Outreach to Latinos

Agency stresses that career staff control website, encouraging enrollment.

Don Clay and Marjorie Weidenfeld Buckholtz (the author) are pictured at a Washington event in 1990.

Why I Have Faith in Government

A visionary leader’s legacy embodies the value of the civil service.

Baltimore City Fire Department Hazmat team battalion Chief Mark Wagner, left, guides operations during an emergency training exercise put on by the University of Maryland Medical Center and the U.S. Air Force to simulate a bioterror attack.

The Government’s Bioterror-Response Website May Be Leaking Sensitive Data

DHS inspectors and a whistleblower say the site, which would be used to coordinate federal responses to a bioterror attack, isn’t secure.

Donald Trump May Spend 16 days at Mar-a-Lago Over Christmas and New Year’s

This would be Trump's longest stay yet at his private Florida resort.