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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reportedly said he did not care about diversity in hiring; Interior has denied the comments.

Lawmakers Warn Trump Administration Not to Slash Diversity Efforts at Interior

House Democrats send letter after Zinke reportedly told employees he was no longer prioritizing diversity.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said: "The same agency that has propelled the hopes and dreams of generations of Americans into space can surely do a better job of protecting those blowing the whistle on internal problems."

Watchdog: NASA Has Not Properly Handled Contractor Whistleblower Reprisal Cases

Sen. Claire McCaskill demands answers over slow pace, lack of processes to make prompt determinations following investigations.

Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Tuesday.

How To Run a Meeting Where Everyone Is Mad At You

Q&A sessions can be tough—even when they're not live on CNN.

Roberto Figueroa Caballero sits on a table in his home that was destroyed by Hurricane Maria in the La Perla neighborhood on the coast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

FEMA Faulted for Awarding Undeliverable Contracts, Delaying Aid During Hurricane Season

Senate Democrats say Trump administration should ensure it has more pre-arranged emergency contracts.

Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney is simply paying non-career staff on par with career staff who report to them, the agency argued in a statement.

Report: Mulvaney Secured Big Pay Raises for Aides at Consumer Bureau

The acting director blamed his successor, agency’s budgetary independence for high salaries.

A key defense lawmaker is calling for the U.S. Army to assign one of its new Security Force Assistance Brigades, pictured here, to U.S. Africa Command.

Is It Time for AFRICOM to Get Its Own Troops?

A key Republican senator thinks so, and is pushing to send one of the U.S. Army’s new advising brigades there.

OPM headquarters in Washington.

The Office of Personnel Management Could Soon Lose One of Its Most Significant Functions

The White House is considering a major overhaul of the entire background investigation program, as well as other potential changes.

Sgt. 1st Class Taikeila Dale uses the Mk-19 simulator with augmented reality head-mounted display in August.

Army Eyes Faster Weapons Development with a New Collaboration Hub

Super-strong materials, cyber defenses are on the agenda as the Army Research Lab launches new partnerships.