Another nominee from President Donald Trump drops out.
The former Exxon Mobil CEO has been cut out of the loop on major aspects of his job, Vox reports.
The top White House adviser reportedly asked the FBI to dispute media reports on Trump's ties to Russia.
U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the FBI, saying the agency has been unable to stop people from giving national security information to the media.
Advocates for transparency say the public has a right to know the agenda of groups visiting the White House, NBC News reports.
A NASA telescope has discovered seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star 40 light-years away, and all of them could host water or life.
Markets remain open to a surprise from the Federal Reserve.
It's in higher education that the new administration’s power is likely to be felt most keenly and quickly, New York Times reports.
A CIA analyst who worked with the agency since 2006 cites an inability to serve the president's administration "in good faith" as his reason for leaving.
Unlike previous years, the estate tax — which very few families pay — might actually die this time, The New York Times reports.
Scott Pruitt has attracted scorn from Democrats and environmentalists and praise from conservatives and the energy industry.
This year's flu vaccine isn't quite as good as last year's formula, according to the CDC. NBC News reports.
Instead of a director who can be fired, industry groups have called for a bipartisan five-member commission to lead the CFPB.
Trump's pick for Labor secretary, Alexander Acosta, brings to the job a record of more than two decades of public service.
An unlikely government agency has been running the most clever Twitter account, Buzzfeed reports.
Alexander Acosta is dean of Florida International University College of Law and was a member of the National Labor Relations Board.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a "rogue agency" that wields too much power, Rep. Jeb Hensarling says.
The US Environmental Protection Agency staff were told to prepare for President Trump's executive orders.
Businesses in major cities across the country shut their doors on Thursday.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency staff have been told that President Donald Trump is preparing a handful of executive orders to reshape the agency.