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1st Lt. Cory Snyder, 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron joint surveillance target attack radar systems navigator sets up computer systems.

The Pentagon is Developing A New Suite of Tools to Fight the Lone Wolf Problem

As the counter-terrorism battle moves online, DARPA seeks to track how ISIS spreads its ideas — and how well US ripostes are working.

 Clinton delivers remarks at the Opening Session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in 2011.

How Hillary Clinton’s ‘Smart Power’ Feminism Informs Her Foreign Policy

The author of a new book on Clinton’s global impact sees two factors behind her strong foreign policy stance.

Yosemite, Through John Muir's Words

Reflecting on the naturalist’s observations, as President Obama celebrates 100 years of the National Park Service.

The Letter Urging a U.S. Rethink on Syria

Fifty-one State Department officials are urging the Obama administration to conduct airstrikes against the Assad regime.

Nonprofit Wants Back-Up to IRS Handling of Campaign Finance Abuses

CREW files complaint asking Justice and FBI to probe “dark money groups.”

Obama in 2010 directed agencies to hire 100,000 disabled employees within five years.

OPM Seeks Contractor to Help Agencies Hire Disabled Americans

Solicitation follows hiring initiative Obama launched in 2010.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald addresses the media on the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War at the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington March 29.

Congress, Obama Administration Face Off Over Firing Executives

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald is caught between lawmakers who demand action, and a Justice Department that concluded such action is unconstitutional.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., organized the event to counter negative stories in the media.

How Some Agencies Are Escaping GAO's High-Risk List

Sen. Carper holds unofficial “roundtable” to showcase efforts at FDA, DHS, Defense and NASA.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

The Clinton Agenda's Two Possible Paths

If Hillary Clinton wins, would she emulate the President Obama who racked up big early legislative victories? Or the one who had to lean on executive actions?

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