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The Old Post Office clock tower remains open despite the partial shutdown.

Senator Challenges Park Service Deal to Keep Tower Open in Trump Hotel

Democrat Peters says GSA is offering "special treatment" while other federal buildings are shuttered.

  Ground views of different Border Wall Prototypes in California in 2017.

Analysis: $5 Billion Could Buy a Lot of Border Security

Fixing the asylum system, upgrading ports of entry, and tightening security checkpoints might do more to advance Trump’s goals than a wall.

Federal employees rally in Detroit for an end to the shutdown.

Lawsuits: Making Feds Work During Shutdown Violates 13th Amendment

Federal employee unions also claim the Trump administration’s efforts to maintain services despite the shutdown constitute a violation of the Anti-Deficiency Act.

Feds rally outside the White House Thursday to stop the shutdown.

How a Government Shutdown Affects the Economy

Withholding pay from even some government workers could introduce a significant economic speed bump in the short run.

President Donald Trump gestures as reporters raise their hands while he speaks to the media on the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday.

Analysis: What Someone Needs to Explain to Trump About ‘National Emergencies’

It’s not just the likelihood that he will lose in court—it’s how he will lose that matters.

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., introduced a bill to pay furloughed federal workers.

Senate Passes Back Pay Bill for Furloughed Feds, Trump Says He Will Sign It

Move is aimed at “easing anxiety” among affected employees.

Federal Unions Decry Government 'Lock Out' At Rally

Democratic lawmakers, federal workers demand a swift end to the partial government shutdown on its 20th day.

With 5,000 Furloughed, FBI Agents Group Petitions for Resumed Funding

As shutdown shrinks resources, investigations and surveillance operations are impeded.

What Federal HR Could Learn from Tennessee’s Reforms

What the state has accomplished is remarkable and there are lessons for civil service reform.

Older Folks Were Most Likely To Share ‘Fake News’ In 2016

Surprisingly few Americans shared "fake news" on Facebook during the 2016 election season, but some of us were more likely to do so than others.