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Federal Employees Should Use Uber More, Lawmaker Says

Bill would replace some agency-owned vehicles and boost use of ride-sharing companies.

Dems Protect Planned Parenthood Funding, Block Budget Extension

Republican leadership is now more likely to introduce a budget bill that would leave Planned Parenthood’s funding in place.

In Speech, Pope Francis Asks The U.S. To Do More To Confront Global Insecurity

The pontiff pointedly reminded the U.S. of its leading role, and culpability, in the international community.

Pope Francis addresses a joint meeting of Congress.

Pope Francis, with His Address, Brings Immigration Back to Congress

The leader of the Catholic Church did not cede hot-button political issues in a Joint Meeting of Congress Thursday—he forced Congress to confront them.

A section of the Appalachian Trail in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The Land and Wa­ter Con­ser­va­tion Fund has been responsible for preserving historic sites, parks and the trail.

Amid Shutdown Battle, A Conservation Fund Seeks A Lifeline

The Land and Water Conservation Fund is also going to expire next week.

Senator Wants 'Clarity' From FBI on Hillary Clinton’s Recovered Emails

Judiciary Committee chairman said new revelations bolster the case for an “independent authority” to search records.

Play of the Day: All Pope, All the Time

Pope Francis is in the United States and late-night TV is all over this historic event.

Abortion Has Held Up the Budget Before, But the Stakes Are Higher This Time

Debate over reproductive rights caused funding gaps in the 1970s, but not a shutdown.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., said strong oversight is essential.

Issa Cites Tensions with Executive Branch on Bipartisan DATA Act

Ex-House chairman dismisses IRS’ budget complaints, predicts “scores of FOIA officers” no longer needed.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Issa Says He’s Never Voted to Shut Down the Government

Senate leaders are to blame, he says, as parks advocates warn of damage.