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Barack Obama confers with Chief of Staff Denis McDonough in the Oval Office  in 2015.

How Obama Bounced Back

After a stinging defeat in the 2014 midterm elections, the president found a way to avoid being a lame duck.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, left, listens to Juno program manager for Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Tim Gasparrini as they view the Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft in 2011

Juno: NASA's Sturdy, Sophisticated, History-Making Spacecraft

The spacecraft was designed to make it all the way to Jupiter, then orbit the planet without getting destroyed in the process

Why Hillary Clinton Should Worry About Brexit

Anti-elite sentiment is erupting around the world. And it’s the main reason why Donald Trump remains competitive in the presidential election.

An Imminent End to the Military’s Ban on Transgender Americans

A formal announcement from the Pentagon is expected some time in July.

2016: The Proving Ground for Political Data

The contrast between Trump's no-data approach and Clinton's analytics-heavy campaign offers an opportunity to evaluate the role, and usefulness, of data in political campaigns

Play of the Day: Trump's Reaction to Brexit

Late-night jokes about the huge news out of the United Kingdom.

Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, built by Anasazi c. 1200. The Antiquities Act was passed to protect such sites from looters.

How the Antiquities Act Has Expanded the National Park System and Fueled Struggles Over Land Protection

he 1906 Antiquities Act gives presidents unilateral power to protect land as national monuments. The law has saved important places, but has also fueled intense conflicts over land control

Army Pvt. 1st Class Jo Marie Rivera, left, a human resource specialist, and Sgt. 1st Class Rebecca Hamby, a military police officer, both with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, maintain security in Afghanistan in 2013

Expand the Draft to Women – Or Repeal It? A Long Constitutional Debate Continues

Congress is debating the power of government to use a military draft. An Ole Miss historian explains how this power is rooted in our nation's founding document.

GSA Receives On-Time Bids to Build New FBI Headquarters

Virginia and Maryland pols continue fight to land suburban development project.

10 Ways to Foster Relationships in 10 Minutes or Less

Many leaders don’t take time to nurture relationships with their stakeholders. That’s a mistake.

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