In the United States federal government, the Cabinet refers to a group of 15 executives; these executives serve as heads of their respective agencies, and advise the President on relevant matters. Over time, Cabinet memb... More »

Two of the 16 Cabinet-level positions are the Department of the Interior and Housing and Urban Development. The heads of each cabinet are appointed by the president and confirmed by a majority Senate vote. The Cabinet in... More »

Cabinet ministers set policies and manage priorities for respective governmental departments. An energy minister makes decisions regarding the production and regulation of energy. A foreign minister hosts foreign leaders... More » Government & Politics Foreign Laws
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