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Sen. John McCain called on Obama to present a "strategic approach" for stopping ISIS.

Congress Divided Over Iraq Strikes

Some on the Hill support the move, others say Obama needs a more comprehensive strategy.

What Government Never Could Have Expected from President Nixon

The president who tried to leverage the bureaucracy to “screw” his opponents resigned 40 years ago.

Since 2013, the 12-member committee led by Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), has held no public hearings.

Whatever Happened to the Benghazi Select Committee?

The lack of news is by design, Republicans say.

Volunteers with Red Cross Society of Guinea disinfect homes and health facilities affected by the virus.

Four Reasons Why This Ebola Outbreak Is Different

Outbreak has spread to city centers, and is in an area where there is a distrust of Western medicine.

Play of the Day: What Obama Has In Common With Flat Stanley

Mitch McConnell is not good at making fun of the president.

NTEU President Colleen Kelley

Parents Need to Talk to Their Kids … About Federal Service

Federal employee union looks to recruit young people who aren't yet thinking about a career for Uncle Sam.

GOP's 2016 Contenders Flock to the Iowa State Fair

The midterms are still not over, yet the presidential jockeying has begun.

Two Parody Twitter Accounts That Perfectly Explain U.S. Politics

@GOPTeens and @SalonDotCom are the future of political satire.

Washington D.C. Is Forbes' Coolest City — Here's What Went Wrong

List relies heavily on population statistics and not enough on entertainment factors.