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A new report shows the Trump administration was prepared to separate 26,000 children from their parents, despite knowing it couldn't keep track of them.
At least 11 department officials have cashed out for jobs with fossil fuel interests, lobbying firms or other private companies.
Mina Chang denied creating a fake Time cover with her face on it, among other career embellishments.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is one of the Trump administration's most reviled Cabinet members. Here’s why she’s here to stay.
One of Trump's several behind-the-scenes food benefit cuts has a spillover effect on children.
The U.S. energy secretary is expected to resign by the end of the year.
President Donald Trump previously said there could be "very bad people" among the Bahamians whose homes were devastated by the hurricane.
The Trump administration’s efforts to undermine public broadcasting need to be opposed.
The Department of Interior broke the law by raiding park entrance fees, the U.S. Government Accountability Office said.
Joe Balash, who oversaw oil and gas drilling on federal lands, had encouraged drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The former secretary of defense has remained tight-lipped about his views of the Trump administration, saying he wouldn't speak out from "the cheap seats."
The administration intends to redirect millions from agencies like FEMA and the Coast Guard to finance its efforts along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The plan would require a massive restructuring of the migrant detention system.
President Trump's been gaslighting the country on the subject of LGBTQ rights since his inauguration.
Forty-one of the workers face criminal prosecution under immigration laws that some Democrats want to repeal.
Ken Cuccinelli said the famous poem inscribed in the moment is about “people coming from Europe.”
Environmentalists see the rule as another handout to industry amid rising alarm that the ecosystems on which humans rely are collapsing.
The “public charge” rule change is set to go into effect in 60 days and will likely be met with litigation.
A proposed regulation would let states test some workers, but it's not clear how many would meet the criteria.
Chuck Park, who worked in the State Department for nearly a decade, says he's seen no signs of the so-called Deep State — only the "Complacent State."