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Play of the Day: A New EPA Challenge Coin Design

Scott Pruitt wants an agency symbol to more reflect his values.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., said: “We anticipate OIRA to be forward-leaning.”

Treasury and White House Regulatory Chief Agree to Vet IRS Rules

Neomi Rao promises to avoid delaying implementation of new tax law.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt remains under fire for allegedly wasting taxpayer money.

Hill Investigators Uncover New 'Unethical and Potentially Illegal' Allegations Against Pruitt

Former EPA staffer details accusations of wasteful spending and retaliation at the agency.

Play of the Day: Paul Ryan Wants To Spend More Time With His Family

After he achieved his dream of tax cuts, Ryan will not seek reelection.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said: "The same agency that has propelled the hopes and dreams of generations of Americans into space can surely do a better job of protecting those blowing the whistle on internal problems."

Watchdog: NASA Has Not Properly Handled Contractor Whistleblower Reprisal Cases

Sen. Claire McCaskill demands answers over slow pace, lack of processes to make prompt determinations following investigations.

Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney is simply paying non-career staff on par with career staff who report to them, the agency argued in a statement.

Report: Mulvaney Secured Big Pay Raises for Aides at Consumer Bureau

The acting director blamed his successor, agency’s budgetary independence for high salaries.

The White House still has expressed support for Scott Pruitt.

Top Government Ethics Official Calls Some Allegations Against EPA Chief 'Extremely Concerning'

OGE acting director raises concerns about reports of retaliation, review process for $50-per-night condo rental.

Play of the Day: Scott Pruitt's Other Lodging Options

Airbnb offers some luxurious lodging situations for the EPA chief in D.C.