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Do Republicans Actually Want to Postpone the 2020 Election?

A new survey highlights a threat to American democracy, but it’s not what it initially appears to be.

How Much Patriotism do Military Bands Inspire? Watchdog Wants Better Measures

A report published Thursday recommends that the units better assess how effective they are at "enhancing the morale of troops."

USPS Losses Grow to $2.1 Billion in Third Quarter

Shipping revenue isn’t growing fast enough to offset declines in regular mail.

Tech Sgt. Nathaniel Jackson, 99th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, begins a roadside bomb clearing operation during a training event June 7, 2017 at the Nevada Test and Training Range.

Here’s How the Military Wants to Counter ISIS Drones and Roadside Bombs

Predictive algorithms, deep machine learning, directed energy, and more are all on the Pentagon’s shopping list.

North Korea Answers Trump's Vague Threats With Specific Ones

The unusual detail of the Kim regime’s latest statement on Guam.

Bridging the Gap Between Political Appointees and Civil Servants

The chasm between appointees and career staff often leads to dysfunction. It doesn’t have to be that way.

Play of the Day: Tensions Build Between the United States and North Korea

Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump are exchanging threats involving fire, fury and Guam.

VA Secretary David Shulkin would like to re-fire the official.

VA Secretary Vows to Re-Fire Former D.C. Health Center Chief

Review board last week issued a temporary stay on ex-employee’s firing last week.

Flanked by Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, President Donald Trump delivers his Joint Address to Congress in February.

Trump Agency Reforms Are Called the Most Exciting Opportunity in Years

Officials and consultants offer a peek into still-unreleased reorganization plans.