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Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said, “We don't know how many guidance documents agencies have issued, nor do we know how much it will cost the economy.”

GOP Lawmakers Fault Agencies for Issuing Too Much Guidance

House Republicans are targeting the informal documents agencies publish to explain complex rules.

HUD Secretary Ben Carson canceled the $31,000 office furniture order after it came under scrutiny.

New Details Emerge on Carson’s Office Upgrade, Pruitt’s Sound-Proof Booth

Pruitt spent more on "privacy booth" and Carson selected pricey furniture, internal documents show.

Play of the Day: Farewell, Rex

President Donald Trump fired his State Department chief on Twitter.

Army Misused Civilian Pay Funds for Other Purposes, IG Says

A watchdog report accuses Army leadership of using compensation funding to pay for other items that had been cut in the budget.

Who's Running NASA?

An interim administrator has been overseeing the space agency for more than 13 months—and now he’s leaving, too.

Play of the Day: What Besty DeVos Understands About Her Job

The Education Department chief doesn't seem to know her role and responsibilities.

The Trump International Hotel in Washington.

Analysis: The President’s Hotel Donation Ruse

The Trump Organization’s response to the problem of foreign governments trying to curry favor with the president by spending money at Trump hotels is an empty gesture.

Pentagon Managers Defend $1 Billion Price Tag of Largest Audit Ever

Timeline for results encourages lawmakers seeking defense budget reforms.