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Play of the Day: The Patriots Take a Patriotic Trip to the White House

President Donald Trump welcomed the Super Bowl champs on Wednesday.

A To-Do List for Leaders Who Need to Grow Up

It takes a big person to look in the mirror and see the behaviors that run counter to the mission. It takes an even bigger person to do something about them.

Lawmakers Propose Restoring Defense Per Diem Rates

A bipartisan measure would repeal unpopular Pentagon restrictions adopted in 2014.

How Agencies Are Turning Scientific Breakthroughs Into Jobs

The Trump administration has an opportunity to build on advances in moving government-funded research to market.

President Trump’s fiscal 2018 budget called on the EPA to cut 25 percent of its workforce, amounting to 3,200 employees.

EPA To Offer Employees Buyouts, Early Retirement This Year

The agency is also continuing a freeze on external hiring.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, will have been oversight committee chairman for four years.

The House's Top Federal Agency Overseer Will Not Seek Reelection

Chairman has called for easier firing of feds, led some bipartisan reform efforts.

Special Counsel Goes to Bat for Two Defense Whistleblowers

Friend of court briefs seek to overturn rulings against retaliation claims.

How Trump's First 100 Days Could End in a Government Shutdown

The historical marker on April 29 will coincide with the expiration of federal funding unless Congress can strike a bipartisan deal in time.

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