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The Trump Administration’s Davos 2019 Hotel Bills Have Already Hit $2.9 Million

Sitting U.S. presidents don't normally go to the ritzy Davos conference in Switzerland, but this is Trump's second year.

Customs And Border Protection Is Using Retinal Scans To Try To Catch Liars

They may hold promise as deception-detectors, but some think the technology isn't quite there yet.

SpaceX founder and chief executive Elon Musk speaks after announcing Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa as the first private passenger on a trip around the moon in September

NASA Administrator on Elon Musk: ‘That Was Not Appropriate Behavior’

Jim Bridenstine recently told the SpaceX founder he doesn’t want NASA contractors engaging in questionable behavior.

The Pentagon Awarded a New Contract To Provide Teachers To Gitmo Detainees

Only male instructors are welcome "due to cultural and religious considerations."

Demonstrators stand outside the U.S. Border Patrol Central Processing Center during a protest in June in Texas.

Border Patrol Needs Extra Toilets To Handle All The Families It’s Detaining

The largest immigration processing center in the U.S. will be renting at least 34 portable toilets to be used by as many as 1,500 detainees.

CBP Mobile Field Forces Exercise is performed at the Hidalgo, TX Port of Entry on Nov. 2.

CBP Has an 'Urgent' Need for Riot Gear, According to Contracting Documents

Trump has likened the caravan to an "invasion"— and Customs and Border Protection seems to want its agents ready for one.

Pentagon Lags on Policing Lowest Price, Technically Acceptable Contracts

Some contracting officers may not be applying the required criteria, GAO warns.

Latest Count of 'Revolving Door' Defense Contractors Names Names

Advocacy group blasts ethics law "loopholes" that allow agency alums to lobby.