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Does the Next VA Secretary Face an Impossible Task?

Senators have a long To Do list for nominee Robert McDonald, expecting him to succeed where his predecessors have failed.

Progress Hard to Gauge on Homeland Antimissile Program: Auditors

Congressional auditors are complaining that a dearth of data is making it difficult to judge progress in improving a key homeland antimissile system.

Working the Drive-Thru Window for 12 Years Without Papers

An undocumented woman from Honduras counts the days until her deportation from South Carolina.

Did the White House Website Violate Its Own Privacy Rules?

A social-media firm used a new, persistent form of online tracking.

Fiscal Doom: What You Weren't Told About the Latest Budget News

Political leaders and reporters miss the forest for the trees in CBO's deficit and debt projections.

Deval Patrick Hits the 2014 Campaign Trail

As his party searches for campaign surrogates, the Massachusetts governor says he wants to stump for Democratic candidates around the country this year.

Yes, the Search for the White House Christmas Tree Has Already Begun

Tree growers descend on southwest Michigan this week to choose which farm will provide the White House with its Christmas tree.

Why Harry Reid Is Sidelining Independent Super PACs

Democrats are actively discouraging independent PAC operators from getting involved in 2014, a campaign funding approach that couldn't be more unlike the GOP strategy.

Rick Perry Revisited

The Texas governor seems to have remade himself, and the 2016 presidential field is starting to look wide open.

Obamacare Premiums Aren't Living Up to Doomsayers’ Predictions

Early results suggest single-digit increases, not a price apocalypse.

Incoming Whip Scalise Cashing In With Big Donors

Dozens of PACs have been filling the Louisiana Republican's campaign coffers since he was elected to the No. 3 leadership post in the House.

Jack Kingston's Insider Advantage

The Georgia Republican is making 20-plus years in Congress an asset in a race against D.C. outsiders.  

Here Is All of the New Information to Come Out of Hillary Clinton's Facebook Q&A

Her answers may not surprise you.

Republicans Prep Short-Term Funding to Keep Government Open Through Election Day

Perhaps it's wishful thinking to have believed otherwise, but it looks like the fiscal 2015 appropriations process is already dead.

How Spy Agencies Plan to Solve Their Racism Problem

Prompted by Snowden leaks, the office of the director of national intelligence is attempting damage control by pledging to promote "diversity and tolerance."

Senate Bill Mandates Study of Nuclear-Arms Storage Sites

Senate appropriators last week approved a bill that would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.

Ex-Iraqi Mayor Voices Chemical Concerns About Contested Oil Refinery

The former mayor of an Iraqi city now under jihadist control says Islamic extremists' seizure of a key oil refinery could lead to a chemical disaster.

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Does the Next VA Secretary Face an Impossible Task?

Senators have a long To Do list for nominee Robert McDonald, expecting him to succeed where his predecessors have failed.

Progress Hard to Gauge on Homeland Antimissile Program: Auditors

Congressional auditors are complaining that a dearth of data is making it difficult to judge progress in improving a key homeland antimissile system.

Working the Drive-Thru Window for 12 Years Without Papers

An undocumented woman from Honduras counts the days until her deportation from South Carolina.

Did the White House Website Violate Its Own Privacy Rules?

A social-media firm used a new, persistent form of online tracking.

Fiscal Doom: What You Weren't Told About the Latest Budget News

Political leaders and reporters miss the forest for the trees in CBO's deficit and debt projections.

Deval Patrick Hits the 2014 Campaign Trail

As his party searches for campaign surrogates, the Massachusetts governor says he wants to stump for Democratic candidates around the country this year.

Yes, the Search for the White House Christmas Tree Has Already Begun

Tree growers descend on southwest Michigan this week to choose which farm will provide the White House with its Christmas tree.

Why Harry Reid Is Sidelining Independent Super PACs

Democrats are actively discouraging independent PAC operators from getting involved in 2014, a campaign funding approach that couldn't be more unlike the GOP strategy.

Rick Perry Revisited

The Texas governor seems to have remade himself, and the 2016 presidential field is starting to look wide open.

Obamacare Premiums Aren't Living Up to Doomsayers’ Predictions

Early results suggest single-digit increases, not a price apocalypse.

Incoming Whip Scalise Cashing In With Big Donors

Dozens of PACs have been filling the Louisiana Republican's campaign coffers since he was elected to the No. 3 leadership post in the House.

Jack Kingston's Insider Advantage

The Georgia Republican is making 20-plus years in Congress an asset in a race against D.C. outsiders.  

Here Is All of the New Information to Come Out of Hillary Clinton's Facebook Q&A

Her answers may not surprise you.

Republicans Prep Short-Term Funding to Keep Government Open Through Election Day

Perhaps it's wishful thinking to have believed otherwise, but it looks like the fiscal 2015 appropriations process is already dead.

How Spy Agencies Plan to Solve Their Racism Problem

Prompted by Snowden leaks, the office of the director of national intelligence is attempting damage control by pledging to promote "diversity and tolerance."

Senate Bill Mandates Study of Nuclear-Arms Storage Sites

Senate appropriators last week approved a bill that would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.

Ex-Iraqi Mayor Voices Chemical Concerns About Contested Oil Refinery

The former mayor of an Iraqi city now under jihadist control says Islamic extremists' seizure of a key oil refinery could lead to a chemical disaster.

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