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California Attorney General Kamala Harris gestures while standing by a display showing an internal document showing the target demographic of Corinthian Colleges in 2013.

The White House’s Big Crackdown on For-profit College Debt Takes Effect

They'll need to prove that students will be able to make enough money to pay back all those loans.

OPM and Homeland Security executives testify June 25. From left to right: OPM Director Katherine Archuleta, OPM CIO Tony Scott, DHS Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity Andy Ozment, and OPM Inspector General Patrick E. McFarland.

OPM Says More Hack Details Coming, But Notification of Affected Feds Could Lag

OPM is striving for accuracy in counting feds affected in second hack.

Four Ways Your Spouse Can Screw Up Your Security Clearance

If you can’t trust your partner, the government can’t trust you.

Government Shutdown Is on the Horizon, Pelosi Says

House minority leader warns Republicans’ current tactics will lead to an appropriations lapse.

Jim Webb Announces He is Running for President

The former senator from Virginia announced his 2016 bid Thursday afternoon.

CIA Establishes New Diversity Procedures

Report found the agency’s culture insufficiently inclusive.

White House to Agencies: Budget for Climate Change

OMB circular says to consider “preparedness and resiliency” goals.

O'Hare International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States.

The Justice Department is Investigating Airfare Price Collusion

Since the latest batch of airline consolidation began in 2008, airfares have mostly outstripped inflation.

The President Is Trying to Finish the Obamacare Sales Job

Now that the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Affordable Care Act, it's time for another White House PR effort.

No Shooting at Washington Navy Yard, Officials Say

Employees sheltered in place as a massive response unfolded Thursday morning.