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Veterans Affairs claim folders sit in a regional office in Winston-Salem, N.C. in 2012.

Freeing Technology From the Pace of Bureaucracy

Machines and software can improve how well our democracy works for its citizens—but only with human-guided efforts.

“There is no chance that government funding bills could be enacted while adhering to such a budget,” said Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., the ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee.

House Democrats Promise Shutdown if Congress Pursues Trump’s Budget

Dems say White House is "setting the stage" for an appropriations lapse.

Mueller Pick Meets a Rare Bipartisan Consensus

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.

A Works Progress Administration worker receives a paycheck in

Should the Government Guarantee Everyone a Job?

An old idea for preventing poverty and fighting recessions is gaining traction once again.

The Kremlin sits near the bank of the Mosvka River.

How Many Times Did Trump's Campaign Contact Russia?

Reuters is reporting 18 new contacts between April and November 2016—when the presidential race was in full swing.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., introduced the Senate firing bill.

Support Grows for Bills to Boost VA Firing, Restrict Its Unions

House panel approves official time reform while Senate hears feedback on firing workers constitutionally.

Acting ICE director Thomas Homan said: “If we don’t take action on deportations, then we’re just spinning our wheels, aren’t we?”

ICE Arrests Are Up Under Trump, But Deportations Are Down

The biggest spike in arrests comes from those without arrest records.

Trump Reportedly Considering New Cuts to Biomedical Research

The administration is contemplating a cap on what the NIH spends on overhead—a move that critics say will “disembowel” many research institutes.

The Government Wants You to Stop the Next Edward Snowden

For security clearance holders, the DHS campaign “If You See Something Say Something” is not a slogan—it’s a mandate.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., was one of the bill's original cosponsors.

Senate Panel Clears Reform to Speed Hiring of Some Border Agents

Trump set hiring surge goal, but CBO says bill’s impact would be minimal.

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