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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai gave back a gift from the National Rifle Association when he was advised it did not meet ethics standards.

The Things Agency Leaders Have Given Up to Get on the Right Side of Ethics Rules

Administration officials have returned a handmade long gun, cancelled a $31K furniture order and considered downgrading flights following public outcry and advice from ethics officials.

Rex Tillerson, H.R. McMaster, Jared Kushner, and Gary Cohn

Will the Last Person to Leave the West Wing Please Turn Out the Lights?

As the administration faces a spate of departures from its top ranks, filling their posts will be a major challenge.

Play of the Day: Trump Talks Guns Again

Is the president coming for your firearms?

The anonymous Panama Papers leaker has called for better whistleblower protections.

U.S. Lawmakers Want To Pay Up to $5 Million For Foreign Corruption Tips

Have tips on global corruption? Intrigued by the prospect of becoming a millionaire with witness protection?

Trump's EPA Concludes Environmental Racism Is Real

A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency finds that people of color are much more likely to live near polluters and breathe polluted air—even as the agency seeks to roll back regulations on pollution.

Trump Thought the Rules Didn’t Apply—and Now He’s Paying the Price

The Trump administration decided early on that many guidelines were either antiquated or punitive, and is belatedly discovering that they were there for its own protection.

Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., introduced the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform and Reauthorization Act last year.

Air Traffic Control Privatization Architect Abandons Effort

Measure, attached to FAA reauthorization bill, stalled in the House last fall.

ICE Broke Contracting Rules in Establishing Its Largest Detention Facility

The agency bypassed normal procurement procedures for expediency, IG says.

4,000 Feds Soon May Need a New Health Insurance Plan

Scathing inspector general’s report on an FEHBP insurer’s refusal to submit to an IT audit imperils the company’s contract.