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The Justice Department sided with the Treasury Secretary on shielding Trump's finances.
The Trump administration wants to cut benefits for 755,000 people through regulation.
The 166 cases referred for prosecution in the last fiscal year is the lowest number since 1988.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be forced off the job, and some services will go dark.
TSA employees will likely work in crowded airports this holiday season without pay.
The loyal soldier for Trump's "energy dominance" agenda had tallied up more than a dozen federal investigations.
Wildfire-prone communities across the West want trees removed from public land, but timber companies aren't turning a profit.
James Gorny, a former industry lobbyist whom the FDA hired in February to implement produce safety rules, told the group
Federal agencies led by a Trump-appointed official have reportedly slashed penalties imposed against corporate violators.
As the EPA sat on formaldehyde report, aides prepared to air out a worrisome desk for their boss.
The health assessment that apparently was completed months ago concerns formaldehyde.
The Agriculture Department found animal welfare violations in Democrat Shri Thanedar’s chemical testing facility.
The order targets products distributed by Triangle Pharmanaturals, which refused a voluntary recall request.
An effort to recall a Colorado county commissioner has become a proxy argument over rules to limit methane emissions.
Hillary Clinton isn't the only woman with government experience running for President. Clinical psychologist and presidential candidate Dr. Lynn S. Kahn has been reinventing and transforming government from the inside for 32 years.
After the winners are selected from a group of nominees, the Fund organizes a bus tour to recognize the individuals at their
We know the shutdown is not about fiscal responsibility. If it was, Republicans would not have run up the deficit under W by trillions of dollars with two unpaid wars, unpaid Medicare prescription plan, and the Bush tax cuts.
Reading a good Sakey novel, and this is definitely a good Sakey novel, is like running an obstacle course. You have to be
Republicans have long argued that the only way to tame budget deficits over time is by slowing the cost of sprawling social