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In October, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross appeared before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to discuss preparing for the 2020 Census.

Democrats Challenge Proposed Citizenship Question on 2020 Census

The Justice Department wants to track undocumented voters; immigrant groups warn of harm to count.

New Yorkers rally at a pro-immigration event in 2016.

These White House Policies Could Turn More Than One Million People Into Undocumented Immigrants

First Donald Trump targeted people in the country illegally. Now his administration is also going after those with permission to be in the country.

Sexual Harassment Literally Makes Victims Physically Ill

A new study shows that the damning effects of sexual harassment go beyond victims' mental health.

Trump Disbands His 'Voter Fraud' Commission

Launched after the president claimed millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election, the panel faced stiff opposition and numerous lawsuits.

D.C.-Area Agencies Open Two Hours Late

Employees also can opt to take unscheduled leave or telework.

A Psychotherapist Explains How To Improve Your Work Friendships

Research shows that having a good pal at work can be very good for your overall productivity and performance, but work friends can also create problems.

Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., is one of the lawmakers urging the Trump administration to fill the position.

State Department Aims to Soon Name Envoy to Combat Anti-Semitism

Tillerson abandoned initial resistance after lawmakers and Jewish groups protested.

Trump's White House Is Ahead of the Curve on Pushing Out Campaign Aides

Every president ends up pushing out campaign aides in favor of government professionals, but few have done it as swiftly as the office’s current incumbent.

Writing Guides To Our Work Styles Helped My Team Bond

The "user manual" exercise has been recommended by CEOs, entrepreneurs, and executive coaches as a way to “shorten the learning curve” for new teams.