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After Torture, Will the Senate Begin Investigating Drone Killings?

“Obviously, we don’t interrogate prisoners anymore,” says one Republican. “Now all we do is kill them.”

Here's What CIA Interrogators Are Still Allowed to Do

The CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques have been illegal since 2009, but interrogators are still permitted to use some controversial methods.

Snow on Soda Butte Creek and the Absarokas in Yellowstone National Park.

Next Time You Visit a National Park, You Might Get a Lecture on Climate Change

Park rangers are increasingly talking to visitors about global warming.

Joe Biden Comes to Fix Fissures Between Obama and Republicans

The vice president can take advantage of strong relationships with the Senate GOP, but only "if they let him loose."

Avoid Getting Caught in the Quagmire of Key Performance Indicators

Searching for the ‘best KPI’ is just another substitute for thinking.

Play of the Day: What A Budget Compromise Looks Like

See how Republicans and Democrats "split the difference" to get it done.

House Narrowly Approves Massive Spending Bill, Averts Shutdown

After a day of drama, the chamber passed a $1 trillion bill to keep the government running and sent it to the Senate.

The TSP by the Numbers

A snapshot of the $431 billion federal retirement investment plan.

OMB Tells Agencies to Prepare for Possible Shutdown

White House budget office says conference call held out of "abundance of caution."