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The DEA And ICE Are Hiding Surveillance Cameras in Streetlights

"I can tell you this—things are always being watched."

Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass., ranking member of the House Ways and Means Committee.

House Democrats Map Out a Plan for Getting Trump’s Tax Returns

The issue is not as simple as many seem to think, and it almost certainly will be resolved in court.

VA to Eliminate Official Time for All Medical Positions

Department cites need for more patient care, but those on official time account for less than 1 percent of the VA workforce.

The Staggering Numbers Behind the Security Clearance Backlog

There’s progress, but the fact remains that the number of investigations sitting before the National Background Investigations Bureau is overwhelming.

Democrats Quickly Confront the Limits of Their Power to Stop Trump

The incoming House majority raged against the ouster of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. But they’ve discovered there’s not much they can do about it.

Vice President Michael Pence hosts a meeting of the National Space Council in October.

Trump's Space Force Faces an Uncertain Fate

Congressional lawmakers, including Republicans, were skeptical of the idea long before the midterms.

The Border Patrol’s Last Hiring Surge Invited a Rise In Corruption. Now It’s Hiring Again

It's just one reason why rushing to add 5,500 new agents will increase corruption within the ranks.

Play of the Day: Meet Matt Whitaker

The new acting attorney general has an interesting history.

Now Solicitor General Noel Francisco at his nomination hearing in May 2017.

Solicitor General’s Unusual Ethics Waiver Draws Scrutiny

Newly uncovered document allows Noel Francisco to oversee the Russia meddling probe.

Trump named Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general after asking Jeff Sessions to resign.

Here's Why Some Are Questioning the Constitutionality of Trump's New Acting AG

Current law allows the appointment, but at least one Supreme Court justice appears to question its validity.