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Supreme Court Rules on Civil Service Law

Court decides in favor of employee, against government.

Trump's Rows of Unfilled Agency Jobs Could Bump Up Against Vacancies Act

Worst-case scenario is that decisions by acting executives are rendered invalid.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is one of the sponsors of the House bill.

House Oversight Members Join Effort to Loosen TSP Withdrawal Restrictions

Companion to a Senate bill would allow participants in the retirement savings program more flexibility to manage their money.

Play of the Day: The AHCA Draft Is Released

The bill draft is released and Washington -- and late-night -- reacts.

Play of the Day: The AHCA Is Less Popular Than The Mummy Remake

In one poll, the health care bill has a 8% favorability rating.

Play of the Day: Replacing Sean Spicer

The White House press shop may be getting a makeover.

 Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Defense Department chief James N.  Mattis testify on Capitol Hill on the National Defense Authorization Budget Request in June.

Will Congress Cede Its War-Making Authority to Trump?

A new resolution would finally put many long-running conflicts on a sound legal footing—but would grant the executive branch sweeping powers in the process.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump and His Lawyer Say He's Under Investigation. Or Not.

The president and his attorney either disagree or agree on a key component of the Russia investigation.

Play of the Day: The 'Mean, Mean, Mean' Health Care Bill

The Senate's version of the AHCA is not done, but the president has said it is too "mean."

Will Rod Rosenstein Recuse Himself From the Russia Probe?

President Trump directly criticized the deputy attorney general on Friday, and some reports indicate he could soon remove himself from overseeing the special counsel’s investigation.