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A polar bear stands on sea ice in Alaska's Beaufort Sea in 2010.

NOAA: 2015 Was Hottest Year on Record

As the Obama administration gears up to protect its climate accord, scientists issue a warning.

Cowboy Dwane Ehmer walks his horse at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge during the occupation.

Malheur Feds Post an Open Letter to Occupiers

The message posted to Facebook by Malheur staff says the workers look forward to the "healing process."

A crowd gathers for President Obama's 2009 inauguration. The transition from George W. Bush to Obama is regarded as one of the smoothest in recent history.

How One Group is Trying to Prevent Procrastination on Presidential Transition Planning

"Transitions are big, complicated and dangerous," said Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service, which is forming a resource center on the process.

Big Trends in Federal Contracting for 2016

Cybersecurity, big data, industry consolidation and more.

A convoy carries bottled water, filters and other supplies to residents in Flint, Mich.

EPA Accused of Inaction as Michigan Water Crisis Loomed

Administrator McCarthy said agency "did its job" but regrets outcome.

The Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Obama’s Immigration Plans Live or Die

The Court agrees to rule on the legal status of 4.3 million immigrants, taking on a hot issue in the presidential race.