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An approved military use of a flamethrower in Iraq.

Really, Federal Government? You Don't Regulate Flamethrowers? Really?

A “Saturday Night Live”-inspired bill to establish some rules regarding incendiary devices.

Diana Rubens, former director of the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Philadelphia office, is one of the officials being demoted.

Former VA Senior Executives Will Learn Their Fate By Feb. 1

MSPB has to issue a decision by Monday on whether to uphold or overturn the demotions of Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.

President Obama convenes a meeting in the situation room on the Zika virus.

Obama Mobilizes Federal Agencies to Prevent Spread of Zika Virus

Cases of the virus have been confirmed in the United States.

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II, D-Mo., who helped shepherd the World War I Centennial Commission's creation through Congress.

D.C. World War I Memorial Design to Honor Common Soldier

Concept for adaptation of Pershing Park might still be tweaked by agencies.

Do Workers Slack Off More When the Economy's Better?

During recessions, employees may feel a need to work harder to keep their jobs—but there’s also less work to do.

Slack Messages Could Be Subject to FOIA Requests

If you work for a government agency, your taco emoji are federal records.

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched during a 2013 test.

ISIS, Global Threats Boost U.S. Arms Exports

Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest defense contractor, reported strong export growth, and it’s not alone.

LaVoy Finicum, a rancher from Arizona, speaks to the media on Jan. 9. Finicum was killed Tuesday.

A Dramatic Turn in the Oregon Standoff: Eight Arrests and a Death

Militia leaders Ammon and Ryan Bundy were taken into custody and spokesman LaVoy Finicum killed after an encounter with the FBI and state police.

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Campaigns in Poetry

Late-night dissects the CNN Democratic town hall.