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Newspaper's Expose on Pentagon Waste Draws Mixed Reviews

Lawmakers vow new actions, but some specialists question the claims.

Lawmakers Race Against the Clock to Avoid Shutdown

Democrats say they are not involved in negotiations, are unhappy with length of CR.

Self-Control Is Just Empathy With Your Future Self

The same part of the brain allows us to step into the shoes of others also helps us restrain ourselves.

Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, is a champion of the bill.

Program Management Bill Heads to Obama's Desk

Senate-passed bill would create new agency management positions.

Donald Trump’s Interests vs. America’s, Secret Service Edition

A New York real-estate agency has begun advertising condominiums in Trump Tower as “The Best Value in the Most Secure Building in Manhattan.”

VA Whistleblowers Credited With Preventing Patient Suicides

Office of Special Counsel mediated retaliation complaint in Phoenix facility.

President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence talk with workers during a visit to the Carrier factory in Indianapolis on Dec. 1.

Trump’s Risky, Off-the-Books Plan to Grow the Economy

The president-elect has a long history of achieving his goals with other people’s money. If it doesn’t work, we could be stuck with an even bigger government.

The Foreign Policy Thorn in Trump’s Side

Rand Paul could complicate the president-elect’s plans on defense and international issues.

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