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Did Scott Pruitt Remake the EPA?

The agency is smaller, poorer, and less driven by science. But “I don’t think there is a big Pruitt legacy,” one legal scholar said.

Wheeler testifies before the Senate.

Scott Pruitt’s Replacement Knows His Way Around Washington

As a result, Andrew Wheeler may prove far more effective in advancing the Trump administration's agenda for EPA.

OPM Issues Guidance on Executive Orders, But Many Questions Remain

Agencies are instructed not to violate existing collective bargaining agreements, but that will be tricky.

A mother migrating from Honduras holds her 1-year-old child as she surrenders to U.S. Border Patrol agents after illegally crossing the border June 25, 2018, near McAllen, Texas.

Trump Admin Says It Will Comply With Court Order to Reunite Families Separated at the Border

Agency officials claim they have a handle on a situation others have described as "chaotic."

Attorney General Cancels Two Dozen Justice Guidance Documents

Sessions’ deregulatory approach targets memos deemed “unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent.”

GSA Streamlines General Schedules to Allow Ancillary Purchases

The initiative aims to make it easier for agencies to adjust existing deals for related products or services.

Embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt resigned Thursday.

EPA's Scott Pruitt Resigns Amid Mounting Scandals

The administrator has faced ethical probes for months.

What ICE Actually Does

Calls to abolish ICE are gaining momentum.