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Is There Enough Evidence For a Criminal Investigation Into Hillary Clinton's Email?

The situation shows the dysfunction of our system for classifying documents and prosecuting leaks.

Justice IG Michael Horowitz strongly disagrees with the opinion.

Inspectors General Lose Bid to Expand Access to Agency Documents

Justice Department's opinion interprets statute as protecting grand jury, wiretap and credit information.

NASA released an artist's rendering of the planet Thursday.

NASA Announces It Has Discovered A “Close Cousin” to Earth

Kepler-452b is 1,400 lightyears away but amazing similar to our own home.

A pedestrian walks past a mural of President Barack Obama at the GoDown Arts Centre in Nairobi.

Obama's Upcoming Kenyan Visit Will Be Different

The administration and the president himself are trying to cast the official visit as all business.

Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., said on Wednesday that the House is working to get a package over to the Senate so the upper chamber can vote on it next week.

Lawmakers Scramble to Fast-Track Deal to Prevent VA Hospital Closures

Without a budget fix, officials have said the department might have to shutter facilities, furlough workers, and freeze hiring starting in August.

John Kerry stands with Deputy Chief of Staff Jon Finer on a balcony at Haram Saray Palace in Kabul in 2013.

Benghazi Committee GOP: Top Kerry Aide Must Appear Next Week

Trey Gowdy says the staffer has to show up Wednesday — unless the State Department turns over more documents.

How to Build a Next Gen Program That Works

Boldly go where your stakeholders are: in the cloud, online, mobile.

NASA is Training Astronauts In an Underwater Station — And Anyone Can Watch Them Online

For 14 days, a team of four "aquanauts" will live in the underwater habitat.

A hiker fills up her bottle at a water station at Grand Canyon National Park in 2013.

The Argument Over Disposable Plastic Water Bottles in National Parks

The bottled water industry is lobbying hard to overturn waste-reducing bans in parks, claiming concerns about dehydration and health.

Bill Making It Easier to Fire VA Employees Heads to Senate Floor

Senate panel approves accountability legislation and another measure that would rescind certain workers’ bonuses.