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Play of the Day: Meet the NSA's New Recycling Mascot

That's right: The National Security Agency introduced a computer-generated mascot teaching kids to sort their trash.

The Many Measures of Hillary Clinton

The former secretary of state has long held progressive economic views—but that's only one aspect of her political identity.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald would have power to get rid of misbehaving employees and poor performers.

New Bill Would Give VA Secretary 'Sweeping' Authority to Fire Bad Employees

Legislation also would extend probationary period for new workers to 18 months.

Protestors rally against NSA surveillance in Washington in 2013.

House Lawmakers Float Bill to End NSA Mass Surveillance

A bipartisan group is launching a final push to reform the government’s spying apparatus.

GOP Blocks Vitter's Obamacare Subpoena

Five senators oppose Vitter's effort, and he accuses them of wanting to "protect congressional perks."

Hillary Clinton Is 'Happy' to Answer More Questions From the Benghazi Committee

Clinton's lawyers and Rep. Trey Gowdy's committee are engaged in a polite battle of letters.

Play of the Day: The Many Facial Expressions of Barack Obama

The president has different looks for difference scenarios.

Mitch McConnell Introduces Plan to Reauthorize Patriot Act For Five More Years

The move may thwart any attempt to reform the NSA’s mass-surveillance authorities.

"The proposal was not enough for those on the left and way too much for those of us who believe that the Constitution says the president is the Commander-in-Chief," Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, said.

The AUMF Was Always a Political Disaster

The incentive to officially declare war against ISIS was never really there.

Sen. David Vitter, R-La.

Senator Asks Colleagues to Take 'One Step Closer to Living Under Obamacare'

Republican David Vitter wants support for a subpoena of info on why Congress is considered a "small business" for health insurance purposes.