Having a Daughter Won't Make You Vote Democratic (or Republican)

A new study challenges previous conclusions about how parenthood changes politics.

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Play of the Day: How Hillary Accidentally Announced Her Bid For President

Why else would the former Secretary of State visit Iowa?

Battle Over Postal-Service Cuts Looms in September

Squabble erupted after USPS announced plans to cut 15,000 jobs and consolidate 82 mail-processing centers in 2015.


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Obama on Ferguson: There's a 'Gulf of Mistrust' Between People and Police

Attorney General Eric Holder will visit the St. Louis suburb on Wednesday, the president said Monday.

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Exclusive: Nuke Regulator Hacked by Suspected Foreign Powers

Credential-stealing emails and social engineering involved in three NRC computer breaches.

The Eisenhower Executive Office Building is shown in Washington in the spring.

The Transparency Trap

Why trying to make government more accountable has backfired.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald wants to flatten VA's hierarchy.

New VA Chief Wants to Fire More Employees . . . Respectfully

Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald says firing execs more quickly will take some time.

Play of the Day: How America's Great Experiment Ends

Jimmy Fallon declares "We had a good run, America."

The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building in Washington.

The FBI Spied on the Wrong People Because of Typos

A new inspector general report concludes that the agency has collected communications data on the wrong targets due to typographical errors.

President Obama wanted to limit lobbyists' influence on government but found it's easier said than done.

It Just Got Easier to Lobby Federal Agencies

Facing litigation, the Obama administration rolls back restrictions aimed at curbing special interests.