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Two Advocacy Groups Sue Trump Over Presidential Records

Complaint cites White House Twitter deletions, encrypted apps and central decision-making.

The Patrouille de France air demonstration team performs a flyby to signify the official start of the Paris Air Show on June 19.

Global Demand for U.S. Weapons 'Busier Than Ever' in Trump Era, So Far

Large American delegation at Paris Air Show reassures allies worried about disengagement.

The Federal Bureau of Intelligence site ranked among the unintelligible at 27.

The Government’s Websites Are So Unreadable They Actually Break Their Own Laws

Government websites are violating the US Plain Writing Act with puzzling prose.

The Top 10 Challenges for New Managers

Some jobs are harder than others. Being a first-time manager ranks high on that list.

Play of the Day: The AHCA Is Less Popular Than The Mummy Remake

In one poll, the health care bill has a 8% favorability rating.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney said the agency was undertaking two of President Trump’s “highest priorities” and therefore needed to up its spending.

OMB Needs Bigger Budget So It Can Cut Other Agencies, Director Says

Lawmakers chide Mulvaney for not applying his belt-tightening prescription internally.

Appointee Watch: Senators Grill Defense Pick, Confirm FEMA Director

A round-up of recent nominations to key administration posts.

Power Causes Brain Damage

Over time, leaders lose mental capacities—most notably for reading other people—that were essential to their rise.

Donald Trump meets with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in the Oval Office of the White House, Tuesday, June 20.

Inside the West Wing Tug-of-War Over Russia and Ukraine

The president has been all over the map on Ukraine. The people around him have been much more consistent.

Afghan National Army recruits stand in formation during their graduation ceremony at the Kabul Military Training Center Sept. 22, 2011

U.S. Wastes $28 Million on Afghan Soldiers's Uniforms, Watchdog Says

A report deemed the camouflage pattern inappropriate for a country that is only 2.1 percent forest.