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VA Secretary David Shulkin said the department should stop supporting "maintenance of buildings we don’t need, and we want to reinvest that in buildings we know have capital needs."

VA Considers Hundreds of Building Closures, but Focus Is Not on Medical Facilities

Idea traces back to conservative groups now affiliated with Trump administration.

Why Won't Susan Rice Testify to Congress?

The former national-security adviser is caught up in a political fight over surveillance again.

Senate Approves Omnibus to Avoid Shutdown

Trump is expected to sign the spending bill before Friday's deadline.

How To Stop Waltzing Around an Important Issue

You’ll need courage, a willingness to be vulnerable, and just a bit of savvy.

In 1903, Theodore Roosevelt camped in the Sierra Nevada mountains with John Muir.

Camping in Yosemite With the U.S. President? It’s Happened Before

Could @TheRealDonaldTrump benefit from a stay in @TheGreatOutdoors?

FBI Director Has No Regrets About His Fateful 2016 Decision

Testifying before the Senate, James Comey said he did not regret his late October announcement that the investigation into Hillary Clinton had been reopened.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to employees on Wednesday.

Tillerson Praises State Dept.'s Work Product, Promises Career Satisfaction

"We don’t intend to leave anybody out," he says as listening exercise continues.

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