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White House Sets June Deadline for Suggestions from Public on Revamping Government

Officials said the comments would inform Trump's effort to make government smaller, more efficient.

An Iraqi soldier inspects a recently-discovered train tunnel, adorned with an Islamic State group flag in March.

The Pentagon’s New Algorithmic Warfare Cell Gets Its First Mission: Hunt ISIS

Turning hours of drone video into actionable intelligence is just the start for the fast-moving machine-learning team.

Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old chemist in NRC’s Office of Nuclear Security and Incident Response, won the title.

A Chemist at a Federal Agency Wins Miss USA

Winner says she will recruit women to government during her year with the crown.

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If There Are White House Recordings, They Could Be Subpoenaed

President Trump warned James Comey that there might be “tapes” of their conversation—and if there are, it would be illegal to destroy them.

Census Director’s Resignation Could Affect Control of Congress After 2020

John Thompson was more than just another Washington bean counter. His resignation may affect which party controls Congress after 2020.

United States soldiers return fire at snipers from behind a wall just outside the compound of Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid in Mogadishu in 1993.

How American Special Operators Gradually Returned to Somalia

A U.S. soldier was killed in the country this month for the first time in more than two decades. What was he doing there?

NASA Won’t Rush Astronauts Back to the Moon to Please Donald Trump

Trump's hope to slingshot some astronauts around the moon next year have just been dashed by NASA.

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