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Actor and composer of Puerto Rican descent Lin-Manuel Miranda distributes food to victims of Hurricane Maria in November.

Lawmakers Press FEMA for Documents on Canceled Meals Contract for Puerto Rico

An Atlanta entrepreneur with a history of procurement problems delivered only a fraction of the order.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (left) and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced a spending deal earlier this week.

Budget Deal Includes No Changes to Federal Employee Compensation

Pay and benefits are not among the offsets to spending increases, quelling federal employee group fears for now.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., sought to delay voting over his opposition to raising the spending caps on agencies.

Shutdown Looms as Congress Hits a Snag in Passing Budget Deal

Timing of the shutdown-averting measure is delayed after senator objects to hastened passage.

The campus of Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute is shown in 2012.

Allegations of Rampant Sexual Harassment and Rape Roil Federally Run College

Victims tell of the misconduct they endured, and the retaliation they faced.

An Afghan 8th Special Operations Kandak Commando provides early warning for a convoy from a mountain top in Wach Kot Valley, Nangarhar province in December.

Peace Through Bombings: The U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan

The goal of negotiating with the Taliban is at odds with President Trump’s statements.

The FBI Is Most Loyal to Its Own Interests

The bureau is an inherently political player, but as its history and texts between two employees show, its allegiance is not to Democrats or Republicans—but to itself.

Divorce and Your Benefits

When it comes to splitting up, it’s important to pay attention to the details.

Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., said that many senior officers are “not being held to the same standards as the rank and file.”

Military Watchdogs Defend Process for Probing Officer Misconduct

Rep. Speier wants tougher standards for sexual abuse cases.

Should You Accept A Glass of Water at a Job Interview?

Remember: Refreshments wouldn’t be offered if the other party wasn’t comfortable doing so.

Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron walk to a military parade in Paris in July.

Trump Wants a Military Parade — So What?

Displays of weaponry in Washington are rare, unlike in other capitals.