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Justice IG Michael Horowitz said, "We appreciate Congress' support for IG access to all agency records and the legislation that resulted in the Justice Department's most recent decision."

Inspectors General Win a Round in Fight Over Access

Justice Department re-issues legal interpretation, promises new directive.

You Can Help the National Park Service Study Coyote Poop in L.A.

Scientists want to know what the animals are eating while surrounded by lots of concrete, cars, and people.

The Key to Happiness at Work Is Not Money -- It's Autonomy

Workers who get to call their own shots are more satisfied with their jobs, more engaged and less likely to leave.

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

Key Senator Asks GAO to Look Into Office of Special Counsel

Johnson seeks clarity on metrics for success, procedures for handling internal complaints.

How Trump Rose to the Top of the GOP Race

The billionaire consistently beat out his Republican opponents in the U.S. presidential race among the voters who matter.

The Eric Schmidt-Backed Startup Working to Put Hillary Clinton in the White House

The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt to elect Clinton.

Play of the Day: The Final Blows of the Cruz Campaign

An awkward hug with a right elbow cross defined the Texan's final speech of his 2016 White House bid.

You Only Have 1,440 Minutes a Day – Stop Wasting Them

Slight changes you can make every day will help you reclaim your time.

President Obama takes a sip of filtered water during a press conference in Flint on Wednesday.

Here’s How Agencies Across the Federal Government Have Responded to Flint

President Obama thanks federal employees for their "all-hands-on-deck" approach.

Pentagon Close, But No Cigar, on Curbing Improper Payments

Watchdog says lack of auditable financial statement threatens reliability.