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Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., sponsored the provision.

U.S. Hostages from 1979 Iranian Revolution May Finally Be Compensated

Senate bill on Iran nuclear deal includes funding source for restitution.

Defense: We Can’t Afford to Replace Aging ICBMs, Bombers, Subs

With or without sequestration, the Pentagon will need at least $10 billion more per year to modernize its nuclear arsenal, procurement chief says.

Paul Attacks Loretta Lynch on Civil Asset Forfeiture

At a hearing Wednesday, the senator tested a new argument in his case against Lynch’s confirmation.

A screener checks a ticket at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in 2008.

When Security Screening Crosses the Line

A screener at the Denver airport allegedly conspired to grope the genitals of male passengers he found attractive

Americans Love Paying Taxes

Residents of the United States are unusually likely to see chipping in their share as a civic duty, a moral obligation, and a patriotic act.

It Just Got Easier to Contest Inclusion on the No Fly List

For starters, DHS will now tell people if they’re on the list; ACLU says new procedures aren’t enough.

Postal Worker Lands Helicopter on U.S. Capitol Grounds to Make Special Mail Delivery

Florida letter carrier was protesting corruption in federal government.

Declining Satisfaction With Government in 5 Charts

Whether seeking information, applying for benefits or making payments, interacting with feds is increasingly difficult.

Google’s Lessons for Federal Workforce Management

Granting employees the freedom to implement is a central theme.

She's met the Dalai Lama, but she also eats burrito bowls.

Play of the Day: The New, Relatable Hillary Clinton

The candidate's stop at Chipotle is just the beginning.