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A recent audit looked at Defense's procedures to account for weapons provided to the Afghan National Security Forces.

The Savings from Seven Key Afghanistan Audits: $1.1 Billion

SIGAR’s summary shows Defense Department declined to implement 35 of 209 recommendations.


When Lincoln's State of the Union Leaked

Someone close to Lincoln gave excerpts to the press, and the new president scrambled to avoid a very public humiliation.

Why You Should Take Time to Not Think

Consider where you get your best ideas. It's probably not at your desk in front of your computer.

How Will Obama Speak to a Hostile Congress?

The State of the Union will set the tone for the next two years.

Last year's State of the Union Address took place on Jan. 28.

What Happened From Last Year's State of the Union Address

An annotated tour of the president’s 2014 speech.

Eric Holder Keeps Chipping Away at ‘The War on Drugs’

In his last days in office, the attorney general is still making sweeping changes to national justice policy.

It's been a very long journey for D.C.'s long-delayed streetcar project.

When Public Officials Announce They Won’t ‘Set Arbitrary Deadlines’ for Big Projects

After previous false promises, D.C. officials have decided not to provide any updated predictions for a long-delayed project's opening.

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen warns that budget cuts could force the agency to shut down for a couple of days.

Prospects for IRS Furloughs Will Depend on Filing Season Expenses

Commissioner Koskinen denies he is exaggerating agency budget woes.

It's getting a little toastier around these parts.

Agencies: 2014 Was the Hottest Year on Record

NOAA and NASA climate scientists say the measurements provide further evidence of global warming.