Sure, the president threatened a shutdown, but there was also plenty of other action.
Heather Nauert has been nominated for one of the United States' top diplomatic posts.
Watchdog finds president may not rush requests to cancel spending.
The vice president closed his eyes like he wanted to be anywhere else.
Partnership for Public Service notes “sharp drop” in several factors affecting federal employee satisfaction.
An eight-year campaign to slash the agency’s budget has left it understaffed, hamstrung and operating with archaic equipment. The result: billions less to fund the government. That’s good news for corporations and the wealthy.
Finding a replacement for John Kelly is harder than it looks.
Ruling saying the agencies’ approach “smacks of outrageous misconduct” and “negligence” gives new life to Clinton email case.
Rep. Cummings calls Trump-era adjustments "radical" and perhaps "unconstitutional."
The incoming House Judiciary chairman says the president has allegedly been involved in “massive frauds against the American people.”
The general is leaving his post at the end of the year.