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Play of the Day: The Russian Spy Who Didn't Get The Proper Permissions

Maria Butina was charged with operating as a foreign agent by the Department of Justice.

Article Casts Doubt on the Legality of Trump's Administrative Law Judge EO

The move to give agencies greater latitude as they hire ALJs could be challenged under the Civil Service Reform Act, and agency implementation will need to follow the Administrative Procedures Act.

Play of the Day: A Second Meeting With Putin… In Washington

President Trump wants to talk to the Russian leader within a few weeks of the elections Russia is trying to hack.

E-Mail Preservation Bill Clears House

National Archives would be required to tighten rules at White House and agencies, 46 percent of which print out and file paper copies of email.

Play of the Day: 'Would' or 'Wouldn't?'

President Donald Trump clarified his remarks about Russian 2016 election meddling.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said, "there is real harm that this will inflict on federal employees.”

House Panel Advances Bills to Streamline Firing, Reduce Employee Protections

Legislation aims to make it easier for managers to deal with poor performers; critics say provisions will undermine due process and hurt employees.

Trump’s Meeting With Putin Draws Alarmed Responses From Both Parties

The president’s remarks casting doubt on Russian interference in the 2016 election drew rebukes both implicit and explicit from those close to, and within, his own administration.