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DHS Scales Back Troubled Contract Designed to Bring on More Border Agents

Agency makes adjustment after contractor brought on 0.2 percent of anticipated hires.

Federal employee unions rally to protest the Trump administration’s anti-union executive orders in July.

Court Lacks Jurisdiction Over Trump’s Workforce Orders, Justice Lawyers Argue

The administration says only the Federal Labor Relations Authority can review unions’ legal challenge. But the president has failed to nominate a general counsel, rendering it unable to function.

Vice President Mike Pence's Chief of Staff Nick Ayers, center, arrives for an event to salute ICE and CBP employees at the White House in August.

Analysis: Why Trump Can’t Find Anyone to Be His Chief of Staff

Sure, the job is terrible—but that’s not new. What’s different is that this president can’t use the same leverage that predecessors such as George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton did.

How To Deal With Naysaying Employees

Almost every team has one: the resident contrarian who takes issue with every plan.

Judge Slams Justice and State Departments for Inept Handling of FOIA Requests

Ruling saying the agencies’ approach “smacks of outrageous misconduct” and “negligence” gives new life to Clinton email case.

What You Need to Know Before Taking a Polygraph

Eliminate the stress from this security clearance screening test.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said: "There is no time that criticizing a policy of the sitting president or any other politician is a violation of the Hatch Act."

Incoming Oversight Chair Blasts New Hatch Act Guidance Limiting Talk of ‘Resistance’ in the Office

Rep. Cummings calls Trump-era adjustments "radical" and perhaps "unconstitutional."

President Donald Trump and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly walk on the tarmac at Andrews Air Force Base in May.

Analysis: John Kelly Couldn't Fix the Trump Presidency

Under Kelly’s guidance, the White House functioned more effectively than it had during the tenure of his predecessor—yet it still remained unfathomably chaotic.

The U.S. Plans To Stop Releasing Its Most Detailed Census Data

The Census Bureau is concerned about your privacy. Maybe a little too concerned.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y.,  is met by reporters as her arrives for testimony by former FBI Director James Comey behind closed doors on Capitol Hill on Friday.

The Dangerous ‘New Phase’ for Donald Trump

The incoming House Judiciary chairman says the president has allegedly been involved in “massive frauds against the American people.”