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House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said Republicans are still deeply divided on how to proceed.

Hoyer: Republicans Still Don't Have the Votes on Deal to Avoid Shutdown

Democratic lawmakers decry GOP inaction on spending negotiations, while union officials note lack of communication.

ICE Accused of Hiding Details of Immigration Prison Locations

Agency cites growing numbers of detainees in justifying contracts.

Congress on Collision Course Ahead of Shutdown Deadline

"Puntagon" bill to fund defense for a full year but non-defense for one month is a nonstarter, Democrats say.

Pentagon Sexual Harassment Prevention Needs Fine-Tuning, Watchdog Says

GAO suggests Defense ensure all branches allow anonymous reporting of alleged incidents.

Watchdog: OPM Can Do More to Help Agencies Use Recruitment, Retention Incentives

A majority of agencies reported that they did not use special pay authorities due to financial constraints.

The Pentagon Has Confirmed Its $22M Program To Investigate UFOs

Though it stopped being funded in 2012, the quest to unmask unidentified flying objects continues.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention′s Roybal campus in Atlanta, GA.

How the CDC Used 'Vulnerable,' 'Transgender' and Other Newly Banned Words in Past Documents

Don't try writing this now: "Increase implementation of evidence-based sexual health education programs in schools."

Play of the Day: The Trumps' Absentee Ballots

The First Family didn't exactly correctly vote in the New York mayoral race.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, asked for all documents related to Meyer's disciplinary case.

Senator Intervenes to Back Intel Community Whistleblower Ombudsman

Following a disciplinary hearing, Dan Meyer risks termination for undisclosed reasons.

Play of the Day: Trump Cuts Red Tape, Frees 'Our Dreams'

The president used curious language to describe his administration's push to cut regulations.