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The Chemical Safety Board, which is on Trump's chopping block, investigated the April 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.

Employees At a Small Agency Trump Wants to Abolish Move Toward Unionization

Chemical Safety Board employees also seek to protect themselves against job title changes and telework cutbacks.

Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo met with Senators on Capitol Hill April 9.

If Confirmed, Pompeo Would Inherit a State Department in a State of Despair

Senators prompt Trump’s nominee on how he would address problems at the “emaciated” department.

Then-acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe attends a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last May.

Justice Watchdog Finds Fired FBI Leader McCabe 'Lacked Candor'

Attorney general’s grounds for dismissal of former No. 2 at the bureau confirmed.

Analysis: I Ran U.S. Border Patrol—And I Support Trump's Call to Deploy the National Guard

Critics have assailed the president’s decision to send troops to the border. But they can provide additional assistance and resources to agents in times of need.

Why Trump Hasn’t Fired Sessions

The president has reportedly been musing about firing his attorney general since last summer. Here's why it hasn't happened yet.

Mattis Confirms Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria, But No Trump Decision to Strike Yet

The National Security Council discussed options with the president for responding to the attack, but the administration was still syncing up with allies Thursday evening.

Trump Creates Task Force to Fix the Postal Service, Though Congress Already Has Its Own Ideas

Stakeholders welcome attention on postal issues, but major reform proposals are already well established.

How to Diversify Your Happiness

Here a hint: Don’t over-invest in work.

A former TSP board chairman is Trump's nominee to head SSA.

Appointee Watch: Former TSP Chairman Nominated to Lead Social Security

The Senate voted Thursday to confirm President Trump’s pick for deputy EPA administrator.