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Floodwaters reach the front steps of a home near Holden, Louisiana.

More Federal Agencies Reach Out to Louisiana Flood Victims

HUD, Agriculture and SBA are among agencies offering disaster assistance.

Barack Obama speaks on the topic of criminal justice reform at the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution in Oklahoma in 2015.

Is There Still Time for Obama to Make Good on His Clemency Promises?

A last-ditch attempt to accelerate the president’s initiative shows why commutations for federal offenders are so hard to procure.

A plate of chocolate chip cookies, made from Hillary Clinton's recipe, is surrounded by food made from recipes from various family and friends of Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, in 2003.

Bill Clinton's Half-Baked Entry in the Presidential Cookie Contest

A quarter-century ago, Hillary Clinton made a snippy remark about baking cookies, then won a competition with Barbara Bush. Can the prospective first gentleman measure up?

The Idaho Correctional Center in 2010. The facility, south of Boise, Idaho, is operated by Corrections Corporation of America.

Justice Department Will Phase Out Private Prisons

A response to overcrowding is now seen as expensive and inadequate.

How Much Life Insurance Do You Really Need?

A rare open enrollment period next month provides an opportunity to reevaluate your costs.

Union: Rank-and-File Employees Deserve Bigger Bonuses Next Year, Too

The administration’s decision to lift the performance award cap on senior executives should be applied to everyone in the workforce, federal advocates say.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., requested the investigation.

No Political Meddling with FOIA Requests, Pentagon Watchdog Finds

But IG recommends improvements in department’s notification of releases.

“I view this [as] highly important for the future," said Vice Adm.James Syring, director of the Missile Defense Agency.

Pentagon: We're Closer Than Ever to Lasers That Can Stop Iranian, North Korean Missiles

With global demand for missile defense surging, US officials are fine-tuning cheaper, more powerful laser weapons.

On Oct. 1, the U.S. Will No Longer Oversee the Internet’s Naming System

The role currently falls to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, which is part of the Department of Commerce.

Steep Slopes of Hebes Chasma

NASA Has Released 1,000 Weirdly Beautiful Photos of the Landscapes on Mars

The results are the images created by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera.

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