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How to Build a Next Gen Program That Works

Boldly go where your stakeholders are: in the cloud, online, mobile.

"The administration is in fact in the final stages of drafting a plan to safely and responsibly close the prison at Guantanamo Bay and to present that plan to Congress," Josh Earnest said.

Obama Administration Says It's In Final Stages of Drafting Plan to Close Guantanamo

Press secretary Josh Earnest also told reporters Wednesday that if a major defense bill included a provision to prevent closing the prison, Obama would veto it.

Play of the Day: John Kasich is Mr. Excitement

The Nightly Show looks at the newest entrant into the 2016 fold.

NASA is Training Astronauts In an Underwater Station — And Anyone Can Watch Them Online

For 14 days, a team of four "aquanauts" will live in the underwater habitat.

A hiker fills up her bottle at a water station at Grand Canyon National Park in 2013.

The Argument Over Disposable Plastic Water Bottles in National Parks

The bottled water industry is lobbying hard to overturn waste-reducing bans in parks, claiming concerns about dehydration and health.

Senate Panel Advances Feds’ Pay Raise in Bill That May Also Increase Perks for Hack Victims

Democrats will attempt to offer an amendment that beefs up services for those affected by the OPM data breach.

Bill Making It Easier to Fire VA Employees Heads to Senate Floor

Senate panel approves accountability legislation and another measure that would rescind certain workers’ bonuses.

Army Chief Nominee Supports Arming Recruiters

Gen. Mark Milley, Obama’s nominee to become Army chief of staff, says measures are being taken to protect recruiters, like the ones targeted in the Chattanooga attack.