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U.S. Refused to Pay ISIL's Ransom Demands for James Foley

Captors sought $100 million and a prisoner exchange.

Fight Brews Over How Long a Shutdown-Avoiding Measure Should Last

Some want all 2015 spending issues to be pushed into the next Congress.

There's More to Life Than Facial Symmetry

A new study finds that possessing a balanced appearance has nothing to do with health, so we can all stop obsessing already.

Obama: ISIL 'Has No Place in the 21st Century'

President condemns militant group responsible for the murder of journalist James Foley.

Retired Army 1st Sgt. William Staude, of Elliott, Pa., salutes the colors being carried by soldiers from the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command.

How Veterans’ Preference Laws Are Dragging Down Federal Hiring

‘Unwieldy’ and ‘convoluted’ laws are confusing vets and feds alike, report finds.

Three Charts Showing How White Males Hold the Highest-Paid Federal Jobs

The average male fed is a full grade level above the typical woman.

McConnell Promises Spending Standoff Over Obama’s Green Agenda

The GOP leader stopped short of an explicit shutdown threat, but he did say a Republican majority would use the budget to go after EPA’s environmental rules.

John Kerry: ISIL 'Must Be Destroyed'

Secretary of State has strong words about the U.S. mission against the militant group.

It’s Time to Focus on Empowerment and Recognition

What it will take to pull up from dead last in the Best Places to Work rankings.