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Play of the Day: Putin's Mind Games

According to a new book, the former KGB operative knows how to manipulate President Trump.

Trump Criticizes 'Ridiculous' Spending Deal As Shutdown Deadline Looms

Congress must pass a minibus spending bill by next weekend.

HUD Secretary Ben Carson is one of the Cabinet secretaries whose mixed travel the group is looking into.

Legal Group Seeks 18 Agencies’ Records on Official Trips to Political Events

CREW files FOIA requests on “mixed travel” that could violate Hatch Act.

Best Dates to Retire 2019

Your annual guide to picking a day to leave that maximizes your benefits.

An audience member holds a fake news sign during a President Donald Trump campaign rally in Michigan on April 28.

The Fake News Era Demands Ethics in Government Communication

Providing the public with truthful, timely information about government operations is critical to a healthy democracy.

Dockless scooters are show in D.C. in April.

Pentagon Declares War on Scooters

After seven rental scooters were abandoned at the Pentagon following this year’s September 11 remembrances, police say they will begin impounding the unauthorized rides. Bikes, too.

Congressional Research Service Serves Up Once-Scarce Reports

Portal launched to comply with new law, but some studies remain elusive.

NASA’s Beloved Mars Rovers Are Having a Rough Year

One was felled by a dust storm. And now the other has been sidelined by a technical glitch.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz said his office would examine the program flagged as “high risk” to ensure adequate internal controls are in place.

Justice Department Inspector General to Investigate DEA Program Linked to Massacres in Mexico

The inquiry stems from stories by ProPublica that showed the DEA’s vetted unit in the country has had a history of leaking sensitive information to drug traffickers.