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A man turns in his ballot in Ventura County during the California primary June 7.

Justice Department Dispatches 500 to Monitor Polls on Tuesday

A 2013 Supreme Court case limits the federal role, attorney general notes.

Specialist Frank Masiello, left, works with traders Jeffrey Vazques, center, and Kenneth Polcari on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in October.

Wall Street Is Also Relieved the FBI Cleared Clinton

A boost for the Democratic candidate’s campaign translated into a surge across financial markets.

Congressional Races Federal Employees Should Watch

The outcomes of these match-ups could affect agencies' budgets, civil servants' pay and benefits, and more.

Election Recap: What’s at Stake for Feds in the 2016 Presidential Election

Federal employees are allowed excused absences so that they have time to vote.

How Donald Trump Could Change the World

A scholar of U.S. foreign policy explains why the 2016 race could be the most consequential election—anywhere—since the 1930s.

Play of the Day: The FBI Had Better Options to Survey the Clinton Emails

Michael Che suggests the best way to have your email searched is to "leave your laptop open at your girlfriend's house."

The FBI Confirms That Clinton’s Emails Are Totally Fine

The FBI said it found nothing incriminating in the latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

Top Clinton aide Huma Abedin walks ahead of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in June.

Restoring Transparency to the FBI Investigation of Clinton Emails

Huma Abedin's emails belong to her; the search warrant should be served upon her. Once that happens, she can challenge the warrant's legality.

Residents in California vote in 2012.

Everything That Could Go Wrong on Election Day

Voter intimidation, formal voter suppression, confusion about voting rights, and potential for violence.

Play of the Day: Baseball and the 2016 Election

Self-proclaimed Cubs fan Hillary Clinton loved the team's comeback story in game seven.

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