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Why Trump Might Regret Playing 'The Woman Card' Against Clinton

The entertainer says his opponent wouldn’t have succeeded if she were a man—and overstates his own popularity among women.

The draft legislation is similar to a proposal from VA Secretary Bob McDonald.

Draft Legislation Would Revamp How VA Employees Are Hired, Fired and Paid

The proposals, which could be unveiled soon, would create a separate personnel and pay system for some senior executives – and make it easier to fire all employees.

Cruz and Fiorina laugh during a Cruz campaign event in February.

Ted Cruz Picks Carly Fiorina to Be His Potential Running Mate

In a last-ditch effort to halt Donald Trump, the Texas senator reportedly prepares to unveil the former tech exec.

A TSA agent screens passengers' belongings at Miami International Airport in November 2015.

Are TSA Leaders the ‘Biggest Bullies in Government?'

Attrition and poor management make TSA an "agency in crisis," witnesses tell lawmakers.

Homeland Security Told to Beef Up Safeguards Against Improper Payments

Watchdog finds that ICE has highest percentage of unwarranted payouts.

First Lady Betty Ford, left, stands surrounded by signs supporting Pres. Gerald Ford and Ronald Regan at the nominating session of the 1976 GOP convention.

A Field Guide to the Delegate-Hunting Season

If the GOP ends up in a brokered convention, the party might want to brush up on its 1976 contest—and the fine arts of groveling and goading.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a Tuesday night news conference.

Trump Accelerates Down the Track

The Republican front-runner steamed ahead to five decisive wins on Tuesday night, while Hillary Clinton took four states, leaving only Rhode Island to Bernie Sanders.

These NASA Inventions Save Thousands of Lives on Earth

You can thank the agency for personal locator beacons.