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Pipeline Politics Dominate Pre-Thanksgiving Action in Congress

Storm clouds brew over spending bill to keep government open, promised immigration action.

The Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) instrument, part of the JPSS satellite system, undergoes post thermal inspection at a Ball facility in Boulder, Colo.

After Hack, NOAA Still Plans to Buy Supercomputers from IBM Unit Sold to Chinese Firm

NOAA says sale of Big Blue’s supercomputers to Lenovo doesn't present a risk to the JPSS program.

Can Republicans Stop Obama's Immigration Order?

"We're looking at all options," Speaker Boehner said on Thursday. Could that include a government shutdown?

Play of the Day: How Republicans Can Take on Obamacare

Stephen Colbert looks at the Republicans' plan going forward.

Earlier this month, President Obama nominated U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch to replace Attorney General Eric Holder. Like dozens of other nominees, she awaits Senate confirmation.

As Clock Winds Down, Agencies Await Fate of Obama’s Nominees

Long-term agency planning and overworked employees are victims of Congress' political gamesmanship.

Congress, White House Unite to Kill Useless Reports

Lawmakers of all stripes laud passage of bill striking 53 "unnecessary" agency products.

Move to Authorize Force Against ISIS Unlikely in Lame Duck

White House invites Congress to formally authorize strikes in Iraq and Syria, but neither branch appears eager to make the first move.

Play of the Day: What the Ivory Trade Has to Do With Terrorism

The Ivory trade brings the most endangered species: bipartisan agreement.

Risky Business at IRS When It Comes to IT Security, IG Finds

Risk-based decision-making describes the tradeoffs an agency makes -- or doesn’t make -- when confronted with a potential cyber vulnerability.