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A house rests on the beach in Florida following Hurricane Irma.

DHS Seeks Volunteers From Other Agencies to Join Hurricane Relief Surge Force

This is the first time the department has called for outside volunteers through the surge capacity program.

A member of an interagency firefighting crew conducts a prescribed burn "burnout" operation in Oregon to help stop the main fire from spreading.

Lawmakers Work Across the Aisle to Propose Compensation Boost for 15,000 Feds

Bipartisan legislation would take into account mandatory overtime hours in calculating federal firefighters’ retirement benefits.

Pompeo called Manning an "American traitor."

Harvard Rescinded Chelsea Manning’s Fellowship after CIA Chief Mike Pompeo Cancelled a Visit

He says he objected to the former soldier as a convicted felon and that his criticism had nothing to do with her being a transgender woman.

Diplomats Cheer State Dept. Spending Bill That Rejects Trump Cuts

“Now is not the time for retreat,” says Foreign Service association.

The No. 1 Reason Why Your Presentation Sucks

Fear of public speaking is a sign that you’re definitely making this mistake.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrives at a missile alert facility in North Dakota on Sept. 13, 2017.

At U.S. Nuclear Weapons Base, Mattis Signals Support for Triad

But the Defense chief stopped short of endorsing all types of new nuclear weapons in development.

This Is the Way Cassini Ends

As the spacecraft prepared to plunge into Saturn, the mission's longest-serving members remembered its years-long journey.

No, the Government Doesn't Have a Problem With Murderers Getting Security Clearances

It has a recruitment problem, recent comments by a senior Defense official notwithstanding.

Play of the Day: Testing Out the Wall

After an on-again, off-again DACA deal, there are questions about the border.

Senate Skips Vote on Repealing Sequestration

Measure would have rolled back both defense and non-defense spending caps.