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Apparent Collapse of Obamacare Repeal Makes It Harder to Pass a Budget

Congressional Obamacare repeal woes make it trickier to write a spending blueprint and a tax-reform package.

How To Be An Overachiever—Without Making Everyone Secretly Hate You

One person's success can make everyone else feel like a failure.

Trump Criticizes Sessions Over Russia Recusal

In an interview with The New York Times, the president said he never would have chosen his attorney general if he knew he would end up recusing himself from the ongoing federal inquiry into the 2016 election.

Air Force Gen. Paul J. Selva, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks during a POW/MIA ceremony at the Pentagon in 2016.

DIUx Wins Support — and More Cash — from Trump’s Pentagon

The vice chair of the Joint Chiefs touted an effort to track North Korean missile launcher, while the military’s new weapons buyer called it a good model for developing and acquiring capabilities.

Play of the Day: Trump's Second Meetup With Putin

A newly discovered meeting between the American and Russian leaders has raised some questions.

A One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Civil Service Reform Won't Work, Study Says

Reform effort will require bipartisan buy-in and the balancing of flexibility with preservation of merit system principles.

A group of detainees kneel as they observe morning prayer before sunrise inside Camp Delta in 2009.

Is Closing Guantanamo Still Conceivable?

Former officials of both parties have endorsed the goal. But the 41 inmates left there have reason to wonder if they'll ever leave.