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Bill Adding Flexibility to TSP Withdrawals Is Headed to Trump’s Desk

Changes have been long sought by TSP participants, but could still take up to two years to implement if the bill is signed into law.

Play of the Day: Hat-Based Diplomacy

Donald Trump and Shinzō Abe played golf, talked about samurai and signed hats.

The Paradise Papers ties Ross to Navigator Holdings.

The Company Linking Wilbur Ross To Putin Cronies Has a Key Role In Trump’s Energy Plan

Navigator Holdings—where the commerce secretary's business, administration policy, and Russian influence converge.

Play of the Day: President Trump is Photographed With Many People

George Papadopoulos is just one of the many unsavory characters with which the president has appeared in pictures.

Trump Demands the Prosecution of His Defeated Rival

Even as he admits he’s not supposed to interfere with the Justice Department, the president just can’t help himself.

Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., left, watches as ranking member Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., asks questions at the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

Senate Panel Requests Information on Whistleblower Retaliation at TSA

Committee leadership highlights poor FEVS scores on questions relating to whistleblower protections, "arbitrary" actions.

Play of the Day: From Russia With Cash

Paul Manafort had a thing for James Bond references.

The Strange Case of Paul Manafort’s Multiple U.S. Passports

According to court documents, the president’s former campaign manager held three passports and had applied for 10 over the last decade.

NASA Has Found Another 20 Promising Planets For Humans to Colonize

One of these new planets is ripe for an "Interstellar"-style space mission.