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Watchdog Details Shutdown’s Damage to IRS Work During Tax Season

The 35-day lapse in appropriations exploded the correspondence backlog and left 3.8 million calls unanswered.

Play of the Day: Further Examining the Barr Letter

Perhaps William Barr's letter was not as comprehensive as it could have been.

FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies before an appropriations subcommittee on Thursday.

FBI Director Touts Record Job Applications Despite Bashing of Bureau

Wray acknowledges Trump budget cuts, declines to respond to political jabs.

Analysis: Congressional Oversight Is at the Heart of America’s Democracy

The Constitution gives Congress the power over the executive branch, which it's free to flex.

Play of the Day: The President's Beef With Windmills

Donald Trump does not like a certain type of energy generation.

Rep. Betty McCollum, D-Minn., left, said the budget justification does not explain what taxpayers would get for their money with the reorganization.

House Democrats Attack Interior’s 'Ill-Advised' Reorg Plan

Geological survey chief defends efficiencies that "make it easier to do business."

DEA Failed to Obtain Legal Backing While Gathering Data in Drug Probes

Watchdog says agency did not follow guidance on subpoenas for “bulk” collections.