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Donald Trump introduces retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis on Tuesday in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

All the President-Elect's Generals

Why has Trump shown such eagerness to select former military brass for his Cabinet? The reasons may be both pragmatic and political.

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt arrives at Trump Tower for a meeting Wednesday.

Trump’s EPA Pick Is Skeptical of More Than Just Climate Change

As Oklahoma attorney general, Scott Pruitt sued the federal government to prevent rules about air and water pollution from taking effect.

Everything's coming up Trump in 2016.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is 2016's Person of the Year

The most impressive thing about Trump's Time cover? A photographer got him to sit still and not tweet for 30 seconds.

AFGE President J. David Cox Sr. said: "Tough times never last, but tough people always do, and AFGE is a tough union.”

Here’s How One Federal Employee Union Will Fight Back Against Trump

Leader acknowledges many battles ahead but says the president-elect does not represent an existential threat.

Growing Government’s ‘Sharing Economy’

Shared services are working, but the challenge is getting more agencies on board.

Greg Murphy plays the Navy Hymn during a ceremony commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on board The Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial in Camden, Dec. 7.

Remembering Veterans on Pearl Harbor Day

When we reflexively put veterans on a pedestal or declare them victims, we do them—and ourselves—a great disservice.

Trump Appoints a 'Long-time Friend' of Xi Jinping’s to Be the U.S. Ambassador to China

After a year of bashing China, Trump's appointed the governor or Iowa—an avowed fan of trade with China—as ambassador.

A clean tent protects Webb when engineers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland transport the next generation space telescope out of the relatively dust-free cleanroom and into the shirtsleeve environment of test areas.

The Extreme Hazing of the Most Expensive Telescope NASA Has Ever Built

The James Webb Space Telescope, $8.8 billion and 20 years in the making, is undergoing rigorous testing to make sure it can survive launch.

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