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An NCATS researcher dispenses Zika virus into trays for compound screening in a lab in 2016.

The Tiny Trump Budget Cut That Could Blind America to the Next Zika

The Obamacare repeal would halve a little-known fund that’s vital for monitoring unexpected infectious threats.

Russian vehicles participate in a 2014 parade in Red Square.

Trump’s Proposed Increased in Military Spending is Almost as Big as Russia's Entire Defense Budget

And the most worrying threats might not be the kind you fight with missiles and ships.

Play of the Day: Trump Meets Merkel

There was less handshaking than you might imagine when the U.S. and German leaders met on Friday.

The Trump Administration wants to kill the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which supports public television programs like Sesame Street.

Some Agencies On Trump’s Kill List Push Back

Many targeted agencies issued statements arguing for the value of their work.

President Barack Obama speaks at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism at the State Department in February 2015.

What Lies Ahead for Obama's Countering Violent Extremism Program?

A new report confirms the skepticism of civil libertarians. But if the initiative is discontinued, will its replacement be any better?

Yevgeny Bogachev and Alexsey Belan.

Russia is Recruiting the FBI’s Most-Wanted Hackers

After the US asked Russia to detain them for cybercrimes.

VA Secretary David Shulkin would receive expedited firing authority under one of the bills.

House Approves Measures Reforming VA Hiring and Firing

Trump administration is on board, but Senate remains a question.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told congressional leaders "extraordinary measures" would be necessary to avoid a default until they raised the debt ceiling.

Thrift Savings Plan G Fund Investments Suspended As Debt Ceiling Is Reached

Participants in the retirement plan should rest assured that their account balances will not be affected, TSP officials said.

Study: Women Are Less Likely to 'Choke' Under Extreme Pressure Than Men

Researchers devised a way to figure out which gender is more likely to stay calm when the stakes are high.

The cadets color guard walks on the West Point Campus in 2001.

U.S. Naval and Military Academies See Rise in Sexual Assault

Reports of abuse on military college campuses may reflect larger issues of conduct among the armed forces.

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