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VA Secretary David Shulkin speaks Wednesday at VA's Washington, D.C., medical facility.

'Culture of Complacency:' Investigators Fault VA Leadership for Medical Facility's 'Systemic' Failures

Major facility had pervasive problems that went ignored for years and put vets at risk.

The Kestrel Eye, a visible-imagery satellite prototype designed to provide near-real-time images to the tactical-level ground soldier, was launched to the International Space Station in August.

Pentagon May Create a Combatant Command for Space

The Defense Department is also looking at major changes to speed up how it buys satellites.

Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., sponsored the legislation.

House Approves Bill to Curb Spending on Official Portraits

Sen. Cassidy’s "EGO Act" would codify crackdown on agency vanity paintings.

Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee, second from right, talks with the South Korean delegation in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Monday.

What If Trump's North Korea Bluster Actually Worked?

Kim Jong Un's offer of talks with the United States is accompanied by questions about his intentions.

Election Assistance Agency Carries On Despite GOP Resistance

Threat of Russian meddling lends urgency to tasks of new chairman.

Almost Everyone Is Creative Around the Same Time Every Day

Remember that when you plan your next brainstorming session.

With Board Hamstrung, Federal Employee Appeals Backlog Grows to Largest Ever Total

Trump’s nominee could help resolve cases that have been sitting in limbo for a year.

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with steel and aluminum executives in the Cabinet Room of the White House on March 1.

Trump Says His New Tariffs Are About National Security. They’re Not.

But they could force the world trade system into a "moment of crisis."

House Approves Bill to Prevent Political Appointees From 'Burrowing In'

Legislation would require a two-year "cooling off" period before political appointees can take career positions.

Think Like a Gambler: Innovation Is About Making Bets

A key problem in government is that leaders spend too much time analyzing choices.