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A Quiet Exit for a Forgotten Ebola Czar

The public's attention has moved on from the deadly disease, and soon, so will Ron Klain.

Attorney General Eric Holder announced the new guidelines Monday.

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Now on Tighter Leash When Profiling Suspects

Federal employee group calls guidance 'unwarranted reprimand.'

Timing could threaten U.S. personnel and facilities abroad, Kerry says.

John Kerry Is Trying to Stall the Release of the CIA Torture Report

The secretary of State is reportedly asking the Senate to wait to release its report on the Bush-era use of “enhanced interrogation” techniques.

Beth McGrath was the Pentagon's first deputy chief management officer.

Who Will Be the Next 'Mayor of the Pentagon'?

Under Beth McGrath, business transformation moved from oversight to transparency.

Six Guantanamo Detainees Are Released to Uruguay

There are still 67 men at the facility who have been approved for resettlement.

Obama Officially Selects Ash Carter to Lead Pentagon

Carter’s nomination now in the hands of Republicans on Capitol Hill.

Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and John McCain, R-Ariz., talk during a Foreign Relations Committee hearing.

Rand Paul and John McCain Go to War Over ISIS Vote

How a "nice little water bill" sparked a battle between a 2016 White House hopeful and the GOP's top hawk.

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., says the hiring demonstrates that the executive action has a financial cost.

Obama's Immigration Action Is Creating a Hiring Blitz at DHS

USCIS is staffing up at a new facility to implement the new policies.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel meets with members of the Sexual Assault Response Systems Panel  in 2013.

Reports of Military Sexual Assault Increased Over Past Year

But Pentagon leaders said the uptick reflects soldiers feeling more comfortable reporting.

The bill rejects an administration proposal to cut money for military commissaries.

House OKs Bill With Pay Raise for Troops, Pay Freeze for Some Officers

Troops are on track to receive a 1 percent pay increase in 2015; bill freezes pay for general and flag officers next year.