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Lawmakers are getting closer to a deal on human-trafficking, the first domino in a row that would allow the Senate to take up the Lynch nomination later in the week.

Senators See Progress on Lynch Nomination

The House turns to cybersecurity—while President Obama meets a foreign dignitary and the New England Patriots.

Chris Christie's Maneuver to Put Himself Right of the 2016 Field

He’s doing it in New Hampshire—and by tackling entitlements.

A brown pelican covered in oil sits on the beach in Louisiana in 2010 after the spill.

Contractor BP Wants You to Think the Gulf Is OK

With billions on the line, the oil giant wants to change minds five years after the Gulf spill.

What Women Want: A Fair Shot at Defense Careers

Start by changing the ‘good old boy’ culture, survey says.

Play of the Day: Trolls, Raccoons and Trial Lawyers

The patent troll problem is truly out of control.

Broadcasting Board Offers Buyouts

The application period runs through May 29, and this is the final round the agency will offer in fiscal 2015.

Will Hillary Clinton Embrace Social Security Expansion?

Expanding the program’s benefits has become a central tenet for progressives led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

American Tragedy: 20 Years After the Oklahoma City Bombing

Twenty years after the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building devastation, and the only thing we really know for sure is that 168 people should not have died.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said big fights are needed to counter the Obama administration's overreach.

Republicans Planning 'Big Fights' on Agency Funding to Rein in Bureaucrats

White House says it hopes to hold GOP to its word that shutdown will be avoided.

A Guide for Working Families

To attract and retain a talented workforce, the government must provide workplace flexibilities.