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Grassley Is Not on Board With NSA Reform

The key Senate Republican is not ready to give the USA Freedom Act his blessing.

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Union Joins Lawmakers in Embracing De-Federalization of FAA

Air traffic controllers have reached a 'breaking point' with Congress' instability.

DEA Chief to Resign Amid Sex Party Scandal

The White House and lawmakers have declined to publicly express support for the 35-year DEA veteran.

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Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch Gets Her Vote

The Senate is set to confirm the attorney general nominee after a five-month delay, thanks to an unrelated bipartisan deal on abortion.

Vets Sue VA Over Access to Medical Records

Plaintiffs say department has ignored their requests for documents necessary to apply for disability benefits.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, on Capitol Hill in January.

Evidence Grows that Marshals Service Bypassed Hiring Rules

Justice Department corrects past denial to Sen. Grassley.

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Are Loose Cannons Driving Down Your Employee Engagement Scores?

How to channel over-enthusiasm into something productive.

Contractors Oppose Plan to Centralize Pentagon Commercial Purchasing

House acquisition reform bill would streamline buys through a central officer.

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Five Tips for Hosting a Successful Twitter Chat

How to keep the conversation going with your stakeholders.

Forget Bullet Trains, Amtrak Needs a New Bridge

With Northeast Corridor in disrepair, focus is on the present rather than the future.

Rancher Cliven Bundy, at an event to mark the first anniversary of the Bureau of Land Management's failed effort to collect his cattle.

Democrats Hope to Make This the Cliven Bundy Congressional Race

Rep. Cresent Hardy's opponents hope to tie him to the controversial rancher, highlighting his district's divide between urban and rural constituencies.

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act rally in Washington in 2013.

Poll Shows That More People Like Obamacare Than Dislike It

For the first time since 2012, more Americans find the Affordable Care Act favorable than unfavorable, a Kaiser poll shows.

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