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Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney is simply paying non-career staff on par with career staff who report to them, the agency argued in a statement.

Report: Mulvaney Secured Big Pay Raises for Aides at Consumer Bureau

The acting director blamed his successor, agency’s budgetary independence for high salaries.

The White House still has expressed support for Scott Pruitt.

Top Government Ethics Official Calls Some Allegations Against EPA Chief 'Extremely Concerning'

OGE acting director raises concerns about reports of retaliation, review process for $50-per-night condo rental.

Play of the Day: Scott Pruitt's Other Lodging Options

Airbnb offers some luxurious lodging situations for the EPA chief in D.C.

The Tenacity of Trump

The president lies prodigiously, but when it comes to campaign promises on immigration, trade, and other issues, he’s working hard to keep them.

Play of the Day: Trump's Latest Border Plan

Will he accidentally send the National Guard to the Canadian border?

The Capitol Hill condo where Scott Pruitt stayed.

EPA Ethics Official Backtracks on Approval of Pruitt Rental Agreement

The White House continued to distance itself from the embattled administrator Thursday.

Play of the Day: Stormy Daniels May Have More To Say About The President

The adult film actress' lawyer says she could describe certain details about the president.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks at a news conference Tuesday on his decision to scrap Obama era fuel standards.

Pruitt Denies Improprieties as White House Distances Itself

In a Fox News interview, the EPA administrator claimed he did not authorize side-stepping the administration to give substantial raises to two key aides.

Does It Matter If Trump Is a 'Target' or a 'Subject' of Mueller's Probe?

The president's attorneys may be relieved, but experts caution there's little reason for the president to take comfort.