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The FDA Approved the First Genetically Modified Animal For Human Food Consumption

The AquAdvantage Salmon can reach the same size as conventional salmon in half the time.

A sign welcomes Syrian refugees during a rally in Arizona. The governor has joined others in calling for a halt to placements of Syrian refugees there, following the Paris terrorist attacks.

Federal Agencies 'Adapt,' 'Stretch' to Accommodate More Syrian Refugees

Feds look for ways to resettle far more refugees in fiscal 2016 as Congress tries to halt the program.

The Chemical Safety Board helped investigate the April 2013 explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas.

Chemical Safety Board Prepares to Fire Managing Director

Horowitz has been on administrative leave along with general counsel.

Two Admirals Cleared of Charges of Illegal Lobbying

Pentagon watchdog says public presentations did not violate law.

Clinton spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York on Thursday.

Clinton Lays Out Her Strategy to Battle ISIS: 'Smash the Would-Be Caliphate'

She argued for more American involvement, but also more international involvement.

To Move Ahead in Your Career, You Must First Disrupt Yourself

It's important to overcome your brain's response to uncertainty.

Building a Shared Services Marketplace

Unified buying power will boost efficiency, if agencies get on board.

NIH is Retiring All Its Research Chimpanzees

Researchers will continue to use genetically modified rats and other primates instead.

Refugees, such as these who await police processing in Serbia, have been fleeing the Middle East and streaming into Europe by the tens of thousands.

Syrian Refugee Dispute Raises Prospects for December Shutdown

Many lawmakers are calling for a spending fight to block refugees.