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Ethiopia's Simien Mountains National Park is shown during the dry season.

The U.S. Predicted the Ethiopian Food Crisis Months Ago

A USAID program can predict food insecurity before it occurs. But the warnings aren’t always heeded.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, has asked HUD for information on how many over-income families live in public housing, and how many needy families are still on waiting lists for assistance.

Fewer Over-Income Families Could End Up Staying in Public Housing Under Proposed Rule

HUD seeks feedback on ensuring the neediest receive housing assistance, while still giving local authorities discretion over when to evict residents who earn too much.

Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Mich., testifies at the hearing.

EPA Deflects Blame as It's Accused of Massive Failures in Flint's Water Crisis

Fiery hearing focuses on EPA's failure to publicize data showing contaminated water.

Rethinking Federal Grants Management: From Oversight to Insight

Taxpayers should get a better return on their $600 billion annual investment.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter discusses the 2017 defense budget.

These Are the New Weapons the Pentagon Chief Wants for Tomorrow's Wars

Defense secretary lays out his vision for the next decade’s killer capabilities in 2017 budget preview.

The Government Might Subpoena Your Toaster

Law-enforcement officials say they’re running out of ways to spy on criminals and terrorists. Maybe they’re not looking in the right places.

New EU-US Data Privacy Deal Announced

The replacement to Safe Harbor has been hammered out, but how different is it?

Air Force Stands Up Space Mission Force to Counter Russia, China

The service is reorganizing for battle in space, but threats may be progressing faster than fixes.

Play of the Day: Money Finally Gets Its Revenge on Bernie Sanders

The Iowa caucuses were determined by flipping coins and they did not come up for the Vermonter.