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Lawmakers Take on Federal IT Fossils

A Dec. 22 letter to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden seeks answers about the age -- and overall health -- of the agency’s mission-critical computer systems.

Is Obama on the Wrong Side of 'the Right Side of History?'

The president espouses a facile faith in history bending toward perfection and morality—against evidence and reason.

Critics contend NOAA report was altered to boost the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan.

Conservative Legal Group Sues NOAA Over Climate Change Documents

Judicial Watch joins lawmaker who subpoenaed communications records.

Congress Finishes a Surprisingly Productive 2015

The House and Senate passed more significant pieces of legislation than at any time since early in President Obama’s first term.

A member of the Secret Service Uniform Division looks out from the North Portico during a preview of the 2015 holiday decor at the White House in early December.

Secret Service Agent's Gun, Badge Stolen From Vehicle

An encrypted flash drive was also taken.

Guantanamo Set to Transfer 17 Prisoners

Obama isn’t letting a legislative freeze stop him from whittling the detainee population to meet a long-held goal

Republican presidential contender Donald Trump, at a campaign rally Monday.

One Reason Trump Does Worse in Live-Interview Polls? Embarrassment

New report says shame might be why the Republican front-runner has not performed as well in live-interview polls.

Graham waves after addressing a summit in Orlando, Fla., in November.

Graham Drops Out of Presidential Race

"I have concluded this is not my time," Graham told supporters.

Play of the Day: 2008 Hillary Meets 2016 Hillary

An SNL sketch looks at the difference eight years can make.