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Postal worker Mike Gillis delivers mail in Vermont.

White House's Plan for the Postal Service: Fix It, Then Privatize It

A private postal system would lead to better innovation and services, administration says.

mmigrants recently processes and released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection wait at the the Catholic Charities RGV near McAllen, Texas.

How Will Detained Children Find Their Parents?

President Trump is ordering an end to the separation of families at the border, but the fate of thousands of children already in government custody is uncertain.

OPM Would Lose Its Independence, Service Functions Under Reorganization Plan

Without responsibilities like retirement processing and administering employee health insurance, observers fear a more politically driven agency.

White House Proposes a Massive Reorganization of Federal Agencies

The plan, which aims to cut “bloated” bureaucracy, would likely face stiff resistance in Congress.

Did you know the official state motto of Texas was "friendship"?

The Most Shocking Abuse Allegations Against Shelters For Immigrant Children

"There were reports of sexual abuse and staff making developmentally disabled girls fight for snacks."

Immigrant children walk in a line outside the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children in Florida.

Trump Wants All Government Agencies to Help House Detained Immigrant Families

The president made the appeal in his executive order to end the separation of families at the border.

Senate Rejects Bill to Rescind $15 Billion From Federal Agencies

White House pledges to continue to fight for spending cuts.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., blames CMS for flawed audits, but stirs politics by faulting Obamacare.

Senate GOP Report Blasts Officials for Improper Medicaid Payments

The $37 billion that annually goes to fraudsters represents 26 percent of governmentwide improper payments.

Employee Advocates Implore Federal Watchdog to Protect Labor-Management Officials

Trump's workforce executive orders could lead to retaliation against those who engage in good faith talks, groups say.