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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks at a news conference Tuesday on his decision to scrap Obama era fuel standards.

Scrutiny of Pruitt Intensifies as Scandals Continue to Crop Up

Trump privately offers support, while pressure to investigate the EPA administrator grows.

The administration wants to close Federal Labor Relations Authority offices in Dallas, above, and Boston.

Former FLRA Employees Decry Plan to Close Regional Offices

Letter to senators says shuttering Dallas, Boston offices would “reduce the credibility and effectiveness” of the independent agency.

Play of the Day: The White House's Favorite Spring Fashion

Jeff Sessions loves his clothes and Betsy DeVos may have put hers on backwards.

The Capitol Hill condo where Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has stayed in Washington.

Pruitt's Low-Rent Apartment in 2017 Raises New Ethics Questions

The EPA administrator appears to have paid well below market rates for the Capitol Hill condo.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, requested the probe.

Justice Watchdog Adds FBI Surveillance Issues to an Already Full Plate

The IG’s acceptance of the request from Republican lawmakers troubles some Democrats.

Play of the Day: New Ways to Fund the Border Wall

Trump wants the Pentagon to fund it, but some around him have other ideas.

After Hurricane Maria, Suicide Rates Rose By Almost a Third In Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria plunged the island into a darkness that many islanders have yet to emerge from, both literally and metaphorically.

Play of the Day: Meet John Bolton… And His Mustache

The president's newest advisor has a signature look… and ideology.