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On His Final Daily Show Appearance, Obama Touts Feds, Efficient Government

The president also cites budget shortfalls, "creaky bureaucracy" at VA.

OPM Takes Steps Toward Finding a Contractor to Notify Hack Victims

An information request put out to interested companies indicated a mid-August contract award is the "best case."

Martin O’Malley’s Linking of Climate Change and ISIS Isn’t As Crazy As You Might Think

Conservatives mocked the Democratic presidential candidate, but there’s evidence of a connection between drought and the Syrian civil war.

6 Really Simple Ways to Boost Learning and Development

Training doesn't have to require so much time away from the work.

John Kerry speaks with Deputy Chief of Staff Jon Finer in Geneva in 2014.

State Has a Benghazi Dilemma

John Kerry's top aide faces a choice: miss a key hearing on the Iran deal, or defy the GOP chairman of the House Benghazi panel.

Just some advice: It might be time to go iPhone shopping, Sen. Graham.

Play of the Day: Lindsey Graham Should Probably Change His Phone Number

Donald Trump doxxing the South Carolina senator is the craziest thing he's ever done… Until the next crazy thing he does.

Astronauts Are Broadcasting Bedtime Stories From Space

They're harnessing kids' imagination to bridge the gap between STEM and reading.

Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee, called on House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to appoint a bipartisan commission to negotiate an agreement to fund agencies past September.

Democrats Call for Immediate Negotiations to Stave Off Shutdown

Top appropriator concedes it may be too late to avoid continuing resolution.

In April, an man with a prosthetic leg walks to the VA hospital in Omaha, Neb.

Lawmakers: Congress Will Not Let VA Furlough Employees Or Close Hospitals

Secretary Bob McDonald will testify Wednesday on Capitol Hill about the department’s $2.5 billion funding shortfall.