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A member of a bomb squad approaches the gyrocopter after it landed in April.

Officials: Gyrocopter Didn't Look Like a Threat on Radar

No alert went out before Doug Hughes landed just west of the Capitol.

House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga. holds-up a synopsis of the House Republican budget proposal in March.

Who Won and Who Lost in the Budget Deal?

The fact that Republicans in both chambers agreed on a blueprint is an accomplishment. But some members didn't get what they wanted.

“Servicemembers who bravely speak out about wrongdoing or misconduct — especially sexual assault survivors — deserve to know that they will be protected from retaliation,” Barbara Boxer said.

Bill Would Boost Whistleblower Protections for Military Sexual Assault Victims

Sen. Barbara Boxer and her Democratic colleagues introduce a bill to strengthen protections for those who blow the whistle on military wrongdoing, waste, fraud and abuse — including sexual abuse.

"Republicans should be warned right here, right now," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.

Senate Democrat: Fix Sequester or We'll Block Spending Bills

Democrats fear the GOP will raise the caps for defense but not domestic spending.

Play of the Day: The Efficacy of Baltimore's Curfews

After a declaration of a state of emergency, Larry Wilmore wonders if giving teenagers nothing to do on a weekday the best route.

Vice Adm. Peter Neffenger

Obama Nominates Top Coast Guard Official to Head TSA

Vice Adm. Peter Neffenger would be TSA’s sixth permanent administrator.

"Those who keep telling my workforce that 'you have low morale' are not helping, frankly," DHS chief Jeh Johnson told lawmakers.

Is the Key to Improving Federal Workforce Morale to Stop Discussing It?

Homeland Security secretary argues that talk of low morale is a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Senate and House Bills Would Effectively End NSA Mass Surveillance

The effort would stop the spy agency’s bulk collection of U.S. phone records, the first and one of the most controversial programs exposed by Edward Snowden nearly two years ago.

Then-Secretary of State Clinton meets with President Obama and his Afghanistan and Pakistan security team in 2010.

Hillary Clinton Will Have Trouble Using State Department Experience as a Campaign Weapon

She can't mention her role as secretary of State without raising questions of pay-to-play and deleted emails.