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Construction crews prepare a set of border wall prototypes along the U.S. border with Mexico in October.

Could Trump Actually Use Military Funding for His Border Wall?

The president would have to overcome obstacles in Congress, and perhaps even legal challenges, to use Department of Defense resources on construction.

People wait to enter the visa section of the United States consulate building in Istanbul in 2015.

The U.S. Just Found a New Way to Delay Visa Applications

Previous social-media vetting targeted a sliver of travelers to the U.S.—about 65,000. The new measures would cover nearly 15 million people.

What Happens When Networking Replaces Friendship

The erosion of friendship by friendly networking is no longer just for the rich and powerful.

One Of The World's Biggest Companies Found The Secret To Better Meetings: A Wooden Box

One executive was so impressed he instituted a box for his family dinners.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.

Irreconcilable Differences Mark Evaluations of EPA’s Performance

Agency’s self-review cites record-high enforcement; advocacy group blasts enforcement nosedive.

Lead, Follow or Get Out Of The Way

This isn’t to say that you can’t have opinions and even share them, but there is a time and a place and limit for everything.

Analysis: The Doctor Who Suddenly Got 9 Million Patients

For a position that demands high-level policy expertise, President Trump appointed his personal physician, Ronny Jackson.

Dr. Ronny Jackson speaks to reporters in January.

Lawmakers, Veterans Groups and Former Officials Worry VA Nominee Is Not 'Up to the Job'

Stakeholders lament Shulkin's firing and ponder whether Ronny Jackson has the requisite management experience to lead VA.

President Trump has made a number of recent personnel changes.

Appointee Watch: Another Cabinet Post Shuffle

Trump names nominees to ambassadorships, Treasury amid leadership shake-ups.

Why President Trump Is Going It Alone on Infrastructure

With legislative action in doubt, the administration is trying to cut down on projects’ bureaucratic delays—the likes of which the president decried as “a massive self-inflicted wound” on the country.