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President Trump meets with his Cabinet in March.

Appointee Watch: Several Steps Forward, One Step Back

After a slow start, key agency positions are being filled.

Creating an Executive Corps for All of Government

Federal executives are faced with daunting challenges in increasingly complex and fast-moving times. More often than not they require a multiagency response.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis speaks to reporters from Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan, as Gen. John Nicholson stands behind Mattis on April 24, 2017.

ISIS-in-Afghanistan Is Losing Recruits to Other Groups, U.S. Officials Say

James Mattis says he’s made no decision on adding troops, but warns of a confrontation if Russia continues to arm the Taliban.

Play of the Day: The Wall and the Potential Shutdown

President Donald Trump also has some cost estimates for the "super duper" border project.

America’s No. 1 Health Problem is Not What You Expect

Wellness programs fall short when they fail to address a leading health problem.

Trump Won’t Rule Out Veto of a Shutdown-Averting Bill

For now, White House says it wants wall funding in spending measure.

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