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Senate Moves to Change Vets’ Preference in Federal Hiring

Defense authorization bill conferees will have to decide whether to include the change in the final version of the legislation.

WHO: Coffee Is Good For You

New guidelines from the World Health Organization say drinking coffee may prevent cancer, and represent the latest in a long debate over the harms and benefits of a beloved beverage.

Is Obamacare Becoming the Less Affordable Care Act?

As private insurers look to increase premiums, the administration scrambles to fix Obamacare’s exchange markets.

If You’re Looking For a Job, Don't Ask Your Friends

Contrary to received wisdom, most social science research suggests that you are better off asking acquaintances.

Those Lost Investigation Files Have Been Found, Air Force Says

The service is still investigating how files from more 100,000 inspector general cases — and their backups — became corrupted.

IRS chief John Koskinen

House Oversight Republicans Vote to Censure IRS Chief

Democrats defending Koskinen call the vote a “travesty” that dishonors the committee.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said, “No major regulation should become law unless Congress takes a vote.”

The Republican Solution to Red Tape

Government mandates can’t hurt the economy if they’re stuck in legislative gridlock.

What the Joint Chiefs’ Email Hack Tells Us About the DNC Breach

The two attacks share a perpetrator and even some techniques. Here’s how to stop them.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers a speech in Cleveland.

Clinton Takes the Capital

The presumptive Democratic nominee surged to victory in the District of Columbia’s primary, but Bernie Sanders still refuses to bow out of the race.

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