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The Surprising Benefit Of Actually Following Government Dietary Advice

Researchers analyzed government dietary advice from 37 countries, offering a snapshot of how those policies would impact the global environment if populations in those countries actually took the advice.

Northrop Tests Spy Drones That Deploy in a Fake Bomb

The disposable Remedy is intended to drop from a fighter jet and fly slow enough to avoid radar.

President Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis (right) listen to a reporter's question during the Wednesday Cabinet meeting.

Trump on Shutdown: 'It Could Happen'

Lawmakers optimistic they can avoid a funding lapse, but the president casts doubts as deadline looms.

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., teamed with nine Democrats and separately with a Republican in search for transparency.

Senators Press State Dept. to Drop Hiring Freeze and Shine Light on Reorg Plan

Reforms could hurt "America's Foreign Service and Civil Service professionals" and put diplomacy at risk, one letter says.

The Government’s Failure to Keep Up With Technology Is Hurting All of Us

It hobbles the economy and contributes to Americans’ distrust of government.

Trump to Announce the U.S. Is Moving Its Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Administration says it is bowing to 'simple truth' on Jerusalem, but move may be more complicated.

Play of the Day: The Trump Administration's Plans For Public Land Out West

After the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, perhaps other protected land is next.

NASA Ranked Best Place to Work in Government Six Years Running

OPM reverses controversial decision to withhold small-agency survey data ahead of 2017 rankings.

Kirstjen Nielsen is sworn in at her Senate confirmation hearing in November.

Senate Confirms Kirstjen Nielsen to Lead Homeland Security

Lawmakers late Tuesday also approved Emily Murphy to lead GSA.