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America Needs a New FOIA Overseer: Is it You?

The office in charge of monitoring governmentwide FOIA compliance and policy is looking for a new leader.

"History would tell us that Republicans would get more blame," said Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas. "It's a replay of the same movie."

Why Democrats Won't Cave on Immigration to Avoid a Shutdown

Democrats believe that the optics of a partial shutdown will favor them.

Play of the Day: Diamond Joe Strikes Again

Biden dominates Ash Carter's swearing in ceremony.

Joseph Clancy is a 27-year veteran of the agency.

Obama Picks Secret Service Insider to Head the Troubled Agency

Critics say he should have selected someone with a fresher perspective, as recommended by an independent panel investigating management failures.

Agencies Actually Pay Attention to Most GAO Recommendations

Study shows 81 percent of recommendations have been executed over the past 26 years.

Rushmore is not George Washington's first relationship with being stoned.

Play of the Day: Getting High With George Washington

America's president was also America's first pot smoker.

Play of the Day: Ginsburg Prepares Her Own Martinis

The Late Show has exclusive sketches from Supreme Court hearings.

How to Spin a Government Shutdown

It will be a) Democrats' fault; b) not that bad; or c) quickly forgotten.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., announced Friday he will offer the bill again, along with Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.

Bipartisan Duo to Reintroduce Bill on Evidence-Based Policymaking

Legislation would create a panel to study expanding the use of data to assess program performance.