This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed plans to reverse a ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Many suspect Richard Cordray decided to leave his post early to run for Ohio governor next year.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is under fire for restructuring his department and moving career officials to new, unrelated positions.
President Trump's opioid commission suggested a list of ways to fix the opioid crisis. It did not, however, request specific funds from Congress.
She was seen by many in the Department of Education as an enemy before her confirmation. Now that she runs the place, it's not much different.
The U.S. has until Monday to let tens of thousands of immigrants know if they'll be allowed to stay under the Temporary Protected Status program.
Once the concrete sets, U.S. Customs and Border Protection will test the prototypes for "breachability."
The governor of Puerto Rico and some lawmakers on Capitol Hill have requested reviews of the contract. FEMA also says it has "significant concerns."
When it comes to declaring emergencies, the type of emergency it is can determine how much funding the federal government will allocate to solve it.
A new poll says 1 in 4 registered voters surveyed thought Obamacare had been partially repealed.
The Government Accountability Office argues climate change is a key issue and asked the Trump administration to take action.
Two federal judges recently halted the latest iteration of restrictions, which broadly suspend travel for most nationals from eight countries.