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DoJ Official Had Sex With 'Numerous' Women on Federal Property, Then Lied About It

Top U.S. Marshal employee snuck non-government individuals onto government property, investigators find.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., requested documents related to new positions for about 50 Senior Executive Service employees earlier this year.

Lawmaker Launches Investigation Into SES Reassignments

Top oversight Democrat says Interior Department may have violated civil service laws.

President Trump speaks at a Cabinet meeting Monday.

Trump to Cabinet: I’m Cutting Your Budgets, But Expect ‘Lots of Heart’

All departments must fight for spending reductions, president says.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is introducing a bill to repeal a 2016 law that trimmed the prosecutorial powers of DEA.

Expose on DEA Opioid Policy Prompts Repeal Bill from Senator

Law sponsored by Trump’s drug czar nominee relaxed enforcement against distributors; West Virginia senator calls for nominee to withdraw.

The Cult of Productivity Has a Counterproductive Flaw

Most arguments about productivity only consider the individual. Our data shows that's a mistake.

A long line of voters moves slowly past a painting by Kehinde Wiley at a polling site in the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York in 2008.

Obama Picks Genius Hip-Hop Portraitist Kehinde Wiley to Paint His Official Presidential Portrait

The artist will imaginably have a novel spin on the traditionally formal composition.

Is Your Agency Ready for New Evidence-Based Policy Tools?

The goal is to strengthen a culture of learning and improvement.

Play of the Day: The Border Wall Prototypes Are Here

Stephen Colbert showcases the samples of the Trump plan for the southern border.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has said he will have no tolerance for harassment in the workplace.

Zinke Cracks Down on Sexual Harassment in National Park Service

Almost 39 percent of National Park Service employees say they've experienced harassment within the last year.