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Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

Air Force To Use Pass-Fail Metric for Nuclear Missileers

The Air Force is simplifying the way it grades nuclear-missile officers on their monthly exams, the service's top-ranking officer said on Wednesday.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

Former FCC Official to Head Cell-Phone Lobby

Meredith Attwell Baker will leave Comcast for the wireless group CTIA.

The Accountability Revolution Comes to Head Start

Since 2011, more than 350 Head Start providers have had to compete for federal grant money. That's a huge change.   

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Rand Paul's Compassionate Conservatism

The spirit of Jack Kemp is alive and well in today's GOP.

The Future of Powdered Alcohol Rests With ... the Treasury Department?

How alcohol is regulated in America.

Why the Supreme Court Sidesteps Race

The opinions in Tuesday's affirmative-action case offer insight into what justices are thinking.

The Most Enduring Myth About the Presidency

The Green Lantern theory just won't go away.

'Outsider' Clawson Wins Republican Primary for Radel's Seat

Self-funded candidate handily defeats two others backed by super PACs and will be heavy favorite in June special election.

Are Democrats Repeating Their Post-Citizens United Mistake?

Three weeks after the McCutcheon ruling, Republicans are taking advantage of the new rules much quicker than Democrats.

Before She Was Famous: Hillary Clinton's Political Launch

"She would have been discovered no matter what happened," says Peter Edelman, but he gave her one of her first big breaks.

FEC Will Consider Allowing Bitcoin Donations to Political Campaigns

Could virtual currency be the next form of campaign clout?

WHCA to Honor National Journal's Condon

Condon is also the WHCA's "unofficial historian," working over the last two years to research the history of the organization as it celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.

Several GOP Senate Candidates Propose Eliminating Income Taxes

In crowded primary fields, Republicans are getting creative to stand out.

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Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

Air Force To Use Pass-Fail Metric for Nuclear Missileers

The Air Force is simplifying the way it grades nuclear-missile officers on their monthly exams, the service's top-ranking officer said on Wednesday.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

Former FCC Official to Head Cell-Phone Lobby

Meredith Attwell Baker will leave Comcast for the wireless group CTIA.

The Accountability Revolution Comes to Head Start

Since 2011, more than 350 Head Start providers have had to compete for federal grant money. That's a huge change.   

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Rand Paul's Compassionate Conservatism

The spirit of Jack Kemp is alive and well in today's GOP.

The Future of Powdered Alcohol Rests With ... the Treasury Department?

How alcohol is regulated in America.

Why the Supreme Court Sidesteps Race

The opinions in Tuesday's affirmative-action case offer insight into what justices are thinking.

The Most Enduring Myth About the Presidency

The Green Lantern theory just won't go away.

'Outsider' Clawson Wins Republican Primary for Radel's Seat

Self-funded candidate handily defeats two others backed by super PACs and will be heavy favorite in June special election.

Are Democrats Repeating Their Post-Citizens United Mistake?

Three weeks after the McCutcheon ruling, Republicans are taking advantage of the new rules much quicker than Democrats.

Before She Was Famous: Hillary Clinton's Political Launch

"She would have been discovered no matter what happened," says Peter Edelman, but he gave her one of her first big breaks.

FEC Will Consider Allowing Bitcoin Donations to Political Campaigns

Could virtual currency be the next form of campaign clout?

WHCA to Honor National Journal's Condon

Condon is also the WHCA's "unofficial historian," working over the last two years to research the history of the organization as it celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.

Several GOP Senate Candidates Propose Eliminating Income Taxes

In crowded primary fields, Republicans are getting creative to stand out.

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