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A French flag flies at half-mast by a symbol for France, the Gallic rooster, on the top of a war memorial in a cemetery in tribute to the victims of last Friday's attacks in Paris, in Beausoleil.

CIA Director: Paris Attacks are a ‘Wakeup Call’ To Europe On Encryption

The ability to shield communications from anyone but the intended recipient via encryption and other digital means will now face unprecedented challenges.

House Passes Bill Capping Fiscal 2016 VA Senior Executive Bonuses

Companion legislation approved by Senate does not include language limiting VA performance awards for top career leaders.

Why Does Progress on Women's Wages Seem to Be Stalling?

So far, 2015 has seen a widening of the gender pay gap—the first in decades.

A Syrian man and his daughter reach the beach on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from the Turkish coast in a dinghy.

How the Debate Over Syrian Refugees Changed in an Instant

Lawmakers and governors are now scrambling to take the toughest line against admitting refugees to the U.S.

Does Pay for Success Work? Define 'Success'

Performance-based experiments net mixed reviews.

House Speaker Paul Ryan

Ryan's Ascent, Budget Deal Force a Message Change for Democrats

The minority is now focused on warning that a functional GOP will be worse for the country than a dysfunctional one.

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Needs to Step Up Her Crazy Game

The Democratic frontrunner needs to take cues from Ted Cruz in the debates.

Americans Support Cutting Mail Services to Save USPS, Survey Finds

Voters don't want the Postal Service to take up banking.

President Obama defends his Syria strategy during a news conference at the end of the G-20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, Monday.

Scholars Blast Obama’s Syria Policy

Brookings analysts say political expediency has taken precedence over long-term sustainability.

Feds Petition for Paid Day Off After Thanksgiving

President has power to declare federal agencies closed, but generally reserves it for Christmas time.