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Ruling on IG Investigations Is a Victory for Good Government

Court decision preserves the independence agency watchdogs need.

Ted Cruz Banks on Foreign Policy as His 2016 Differentiator

The junior senator from Texas thinks he has found a policy "sweet spot" to anchor a presidential campaign.

Play of the Day: The Problem with Drone Strikes

Last Week Tonight examines American use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

With Eric Holder's Exit, Obama Loses a Key Ally

The attorney general has quarreled with Congress but often addressed issues the president preferred to keep at arm's length.

Why Feds Shouldn’t Watch Star Trek During Work Hours

Taxpayers shouldn’t foot the bill for such events, IG says.

EPA Is Cracking Down on Dentists

Agency releases proposal to cut down on mercury that winds up in the water supply as a result of a routine procedure.

Sorry Feds: Lawmaker Says No More Porn Watching at Work

Bill prohibiting pornography on federal devices comes as EPA has yet to fire an employee who confessed to regularly watching porn at the office.

Fuzzy Math on Data Centers Could Sink Further Savings, GAO Warns

The Pentagon, alone, changed cost savings estimates three times.

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Eric Holder Will Resign as Attorney General

Holder is expected to leave office once a successor is confirmed.