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IRS chief John Koskinen said the agency will "have no choice but to do less with less."

IRS Hits Filing Season Feeling Stretched Beyond Capacity

Officials reiterate that budget cuts could result in two-day agency shutdown and will harm customer service.

A VA truck rides down the street during a Veterans Day parade in 2014.

Lawmakers Call for Investigation of Veterans Hospital Accused of Distributing Pain Medication 'Like Candy'

A recent report said some veterans call a Wisconsin hospital "Candy Land" because of how much medication its doctors distribute to treat pain.

The El Paso VA facility.

VA Boosts Security After Texas Shooting

Department procures 16 more contract guards for El Paso facility after gunman kills doctor and himself.

Play of the Day: Paul Ryan's Golden Touch

With the Wisconsinite saying he won't run for president, where does that leave the 2016 race?

DHS chief Jeh Johnson ordered the measures earlier this week in response to the terror attacks in Paris.

Why You May Have Noticed Beefed Up Security at Your Federal Office

It’s not because of any “specific, credible” threat.

Run, Warren, Run

Elizabeth Warren can run for president. She should run for president. And despite her denials, she probably will.

NASA Just Sent Its Astronauts Some Weird Stuff

Flatworms, Salmonella, mustard and IMAX cameras—what, exactly, is the space agency doing?

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., is critical of Obama's immigration policies but says DHS must be funded.

How Hard Will Senate GOP Fight on Immigration?

Unlike in the House, Senate Republicans seem more concerned with homeland security funding than fighting Obama.

Obama meets with Congressional leaders regularly.

Obama, Hill Leaders Far Apart at White House Meeting

Only real progress comes on Syria, with Obama pledging to work on a use of force resolution.