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Play of the Day: Trump Signs The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

The American president took far longer to write his name than his Mexican or Canadian counterparts.

Six White House Employees Violated Hatch Act With MAGA Tweets

Special Counsel absolves four others, including Mick Mulvaney and Sarah Sanders.

Here's What You Need to Know About Wednesday's Government Closure

The day of mourning for President George H.W. Bush will be treated like a holiday for pay and leave purposes.

Play of the Day: The President's Trip to the G20 Summit

Trump's visit included meeting some leaders and seeing some protests.

Ill Nuclear Workers’ Benefits Petitions Have to Be Reviewed Within 6 Months. Some Have Languished About a Decade.

A petition filed by a Los Alamos worker has been in limbo for 10 years. At the Savannah River Site, a petition has lingered for 11 years. At Sandia National Laboratories, workers have been waiting seven years for a final decision.

Advocacy Group Sues for Documents on Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Tweak

PEER accuses the White House of demanding a change to “senior leaders” definition to prevent workers from criticizing Trump appointees.

Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt testifies at his confirmation hearing.

EPA Watchdog Closes the Books on Former Administrator Scott Pruitt

New IG ends probes of misuse of staff for personal errands, spending on security.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, speaks at a rally for President Trump in August.

Advocate for Pay Freeze and Federal Job Cuts to Become Top Republican on Oversight Panel

Jim Jordan is likely to push back on new Democratic majority's oversight efforts.

Guidance Warning Feds Not to Discuss 'Resistance' or 'Impeachment' at Work Sparks Uproar

Agency advises feds to tread carefully with anti-Trump language or risk Hatch Act violation.