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Campaigns Spending 50 Percent More to Send Ads Through USPS in 2016 Cycle

Postal Service outreach efforts paying dividends, still short of targets.

The 'Quid Pro Quo' on Hillary Clinton's Emails

An FBI official alleged that a senior State Department official offered up a shady deal to protect the former secretary, prompting a fresh outcry from Republicans and denials from the Obama administration.

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk with former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush, as they leave the Capitol after the swearing-in ceremony Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2009.

Meet the Duo Responsible for a Smooth Presidential Transition

President Obama vowed to meet or exceed the effective hand off his team was given by the George W. Bush staff in 2008.

Damage from the April 2014 tornado that hit Louisville, Miss.

FEMA Advised to Claw Back $25 Million from Town Struck By Tornado

Disaster aid to Louisville, Miss., not properly accounted for, IG says.

Former NCIS Supervisor Gets Longest Sentence Yet in 'Fat Leonard' Bribery Case

Special agent who admits to regularly searching confidential databases for reports of investigations related to the scheme receives 12 years in prison.

Feds Charge Three Kansas Men in Domestic Terror Plot

Prosecutors say the trio targeted an apartment complex housing immigrants and a mosque for a post-election attack.

Democrats and Republicans Are Miles Apart on Yet Another Issue: Public Lands

Debates over federal lands, from the Malheur Refuge takeover to fossil fuel leases on public land, are back in the news. How do the two parties line up on public land policy?

How Geography Explains Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Because of its location, America can choose whether it wants to be a gatekeeper or a global policeman.

Trump waves to his supporters (or are they his congregation?) in March in Arizona.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Now Promising Heaven

The GOP nominee's messianic complex was on display last week.

Potemkin Jets Unlikely To Fool U.S. Satellites

But Russia’s inflatable decoys just might tie up scarce U.S. resources long enough to make a difference.

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