United States Department of Agriculture
The government shutdown earlier this year probably would have been worse otherwise.
The agency said it needed to cut the payments so everyone can get one.
Just days earlier, Trump's budget director bragged about how many workers quit because of the pending relocation.
Lewis Ziska, a plant physiologist, says officials refused to promote his groundbreaking research on the effects of climate change on rice.
That's one way to overlook a problem.
Turns out Republicans didn't want to lose jobs and training centers in their districts.
"Why is the USDA bailing out plants operated by the biggest meatpacker in the world?" asks an activist.
"We realized how little leverage we have," one Agriculture Department employee said of one of the reasons workers wanted to form a union.
The Trump administration wants to cut benefits for 755,000 people through regulation.
Reports about the agency's research on the Toxoplasma gondii parasite sparked major public backlash.
The landlord has now told the mostly elderly households in four states that the rent won’t rise.
People who bought the nuggets should trash them or return them to the place of purchase, the USDA said.
Foods deemed to be at highest risk of carrying foodborne illnesses are currently still being regularly inspected by the FDA.
Does Donald Trump want a border wall badly enough to let struggling Americans go hungry?
As of Wednesday morning, remaining employees dwindled down to a mere 5 percent.
Officials are encouraging consumers to check their freezers for the recalled sausages.
One Twitter user lamented: "Stop ruining my life."