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Play of the Day: Trump Visits The Carolinas After Hurricane Florence

The storm was "one of the wettest we've seen, from the standpoint of water."

Philadelphia Eagles' Jay Ajayi celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 6, 2018, in Philadelphia.

Metrics Are for Playmakers

Despite continuous attention, the use of metrics in government has declined, not improved, over the past decade.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., is one of the lawmakers who introduced the bill.

House Republicans Introduce Bill to Help Trump's Reorganization

Legislation mirrors a similar measure introduced in the Senate, although appropriators have already begun to block specific proposals.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross testifies on Capitol Hill in June.

Commerce Chief Isn't Fretting Over Watchdog’s Criticism of Census Cost Estimate

Census bureau met only three of the four basic criteria for a high-quality estimate, GAO says.

Thinking Inside the Sandbox

Regulators face the enormous challenge of figuring out how to apply old laws to new technologies. This approach could help.

Trump's Order to Reveal Docs Could Undermine Secret Court System

"No one should be happy about the weaponization of declassification," security expert says.

Copies of Bob Woodward’s ‘Fear: Trump in the White House’ are displayed for sale at a Costco in Virginia.

For Centuries, Anonymous Insider Accounts Have Chipped Away At Ruling Regimes – And Sometimes Toppled Them

Since the Byzantine era, gossipy anecdotes about the mishaps of rulers and their inner circles have been compiled, shared and published.

How to Stop Losing the Information War

No one is in charge of messaging, counter-messaging, and coordinating America’s instruments of information power. Here’s a way to change that.