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 Shaye Haver, left, traverses an obstacle during the Ranger Assessment held at Fort Carson in October.

Here Are the Two Women Who Completed Army's Ranger School

Shortly after two women earned their Army Ranger tabs, the Navy's top admiral said SEALs will give women their shot.

An agent checks a bag at O'Hare international Airport in November.

Travelers Can Write Yelp Reviews For the TSA

The crowdsourcing hub is now a place to rate airport security experiences. Here are the best reviews so far.

Hillary Clinton, Reporters Spar Over Private Email Server

Clinton says she did not send or receive classified information and using a personal account was allowed at the time.

The First Openly Transgender White House Staffer Was Just Appointed

Raffi Freedman-Gurspan will work as outreach and recruitment director for presidential personnel.

GE Saw the Light on Performance, Government Should Too

The answer is not to end employee reviews, but to make them better.

Trump and a friend in 2006.

Play of the Day: Trump's Immigration Plan is Quite Restrictive

The mogul's new position paper would've kept his own grandfather out of the United States.

The Government Is Still Considering Better and Longer Protections for Hack Victims

Federal employees could also be headed for their own post-hack perk.

Jeb Bush speaks at a town hall meeting in Columbia, S.C., on Monday.

Jeb Bush: Working for Uncle Sam Should Not Be ‘Lifetime Employment’

Firing poor performers should be easier across government -- not just at the VA, according to Republican presidential hopeful.

Ranger students rest during medical evacuation training in Georgia.

First Women Complete Army's Ranger School

What comes next for the two women is a decision awaiting Ash Carter by year’s end.

Clinton Opposes Arctic Drilling Plan

The 2016 Democratic front-runner voices opposition after Shell gets federal approval to drill in icy waters.