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DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson

DHS Allowed Employees to Stay on Paid Leave for Years While It Investigated Misconduct

Three in 10 employees on admin leave for more than one year returned to their jobs anyway.

Play of the Day: Apple and the FBI Trade Barbs

The Daily Show looks at the newest developments in the privacy battle.

The Statistical Models Vying to Define Donald Trump

Scores of mathematical analysts have attempted to discover the secret to the candidate’s success. No one has gotten it yet.

#TrueDetectiveSeason3 ?

Play of the Day: Trump and Cruz Involve Each Other's Wives in the Campaign

An anti-Trump ad had the real estate mogul fired up on Twitter, so Cruz countered by quoting an Aaron Sorkin movie.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter

Clash Over Defense Secretary’s Personal Email Continues

House lawmaker's subpoena threat comes after three months of waiting for Carter's response.

Justice Department Returns Another Volley in Battle Over IG Access to Documents

Assistant attorney general say agency watchdog gets all the information they need.

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul wants a com­mis­sion of out­side ex­perts on pri­vacy, se­cur­ity, and law en­force­ment to study the is­sue.

The Hill's Newest Encryption Fight -- Over Committee Turf

Some lawmakers created a “working group,” while others want a “commission.”

Play of the Day: More From Obama's Havana Trip

The president's trip to Cuba has provided ample comedy.

Awkward.

Play of the Day: Obama's Awkward Moment in Cuba

If Obama doesn't want to look like Raúl Castro's puppet, maybe he should tighten up his arm movements.