Machines and software can improve how well our democracy works for its citizens—but only with human-guided efforts.
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Dems say White House is "setting the stage" for an appropriations lapse.
Democrats and Republicans each had reasons to praise the appointment of the former FBI director to lead the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
An old idea for preventing poverty and fighting recessions is gaining traction once again.
Reuters is reporting 18 new contacts between April and November 2016—when the presidential race was in full swing.
House panel approves official time reform while Senate hears feedback on firing workers constitutionally.
The biggest spike in arrests comes from those without arrest records.
The administration is contemplating a cap on what the NIH spends on overhead—a move that critics say will “disembowel” many research institutes.
For security clearance holders, the DHS campaign “If You See Something Say Something” is not a slogan—it’s a mandate.
Trump set hiring surge goal, but CBO says bill’s impact would be minimal.