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U.S. Soldiers walk to a coordination point during an independent, coordinated patrol outside Manbij, Syria, August 19, 2018.

Analysis: America’s Indefinite Endgame in Syria

The Trump administration wants to stay in the country to counter Iran. What if Iran never leaves?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at a news conference in Washington on Monday.

Attorney General Calls Out Judge on Census Citizenship Question

Issue of Commerce Secretary Ross’ truthfulness sits with Supreme Court.

A scene from the Voter Hacking room at DEFCON 2018, where hackers were able to compromise voting machine data in less than 20 minutes.

DHS Downplays Report That Data Thieves Are Selling Millions of Voters’ Data

But your personal data from voting rolls is more public than you likely realize.

NPS released a female wolf on Isle Royale, Oct. 2, 2018

Restocking Wolves On Isle Royale Raises Questions About Which Species Get Rescued

The National Park Service is moving wolves to Isle Royale in Lake Superior to replenish a small pack on the island. Wolves prey on moose, which are overgrazing the island. It does't hurt that they are charismatic.

FBI Official Wrongly Accepted Sports Tickets From News Media

Recently retired senior staffer also found to have misled IG investigators.

Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in by Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, before testifying on Sept. 27.

Analysis: How to Fix the Confirmation Process

The Kavanaugh-Ford hearing will be remembered for the virtually complete breakdown of competent, credible inquiry. Something needs to change.

Three Reasons Leaders Should Ask for Help

Buying into the hero myth can cause leaders to crash and burn.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Seat at The Republican Presidents' Table

A painting shown in a recent televised interview shows the current president sitting with the Bushes, Lincoln and Gerald Ford.

Federal Retirement Claims Increase 24 Percent in Fiscal 2018

The aging federal workforce, proposals to reduce retirement benefits and conflicts with Trump administration priorities may all have played a role.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said he does not discuss business matters with his brother-in-law.

SBA Shrugs Off Report That House Majority Leader's In-Law May Have Misused Small Business Contracts

Brother of McCarthy’s wife won $7 million in suspect set-asides for Native American firms, investigative report finds.