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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he had received assurances Trump will sign the bill.

Congress Approves Bill to Avoid Another Shutdown as Trump Prepares National Emergency

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday that Trump will sign the bill to keep the government open and move to redirect military funds to build a border wall simultaneously.

Appointee is said to have intimidated career staff while at the State Department.

Democratic Lawmakers Demand Firing of DHS Official for Past Political Targeting

State Dept. IG was denied interview with appointee accused of intimidating career staff.

Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., is one of the sponsors of a bill to give TSA employees full Title 5 protections.

House Democrats Reintroduce Bills to Expand Collective Bargaining Rights

After years of similar legislation stalling out, advocates hope for action in Democratically-controlled House.

HUD’s System for Processing Public Records Requests Died During the Shutdown

The contract for the agency’s electronic system for managing FOIA requests lapsed in early January and hasn’t been renewed. Delays are mounting.

Bradley Fighting Vehicles convoy towards their battle positions during the combined arms live-fire exercise Feb. 9.

There’s a Big Obstacle to the Pentagon’s New Strategy to Speed AI to Troops

Defense officials want to accelerate the delivery of artificial-intelligence tools from the lab to the field. But it's hard to obtain the massive data streams that make AI work.

Navy Adm. Philip Davidson, shown at a 2018 hearing, was in charge of ensuring that the Navy’s fleets were properly manned at the time of the collisions we reported on.

Senate Committee Grills Navy Official Over 2017 Collisions, Seeking Data to Prove Conditions Have Changed

During an Armed Services Committee hearing that referenced ProPublica’s investigation into the deadly mishaps, a senator pressed the top commander in the Pacific to give “real numbers,” “not promises and not good feelings.”

A panorama shot by the rover in 2016 is shown.

NASA Declares a Beloved Mars Mission Over

The space agency will stop trying to contact the Opportunity rover, which was sent to Mars to search for evidence of water.

Play of the Day: Valentine's Day in Washington

Members of the Trump administration have some sweet cards for their loved ones.

FEMA Administrator Brock Long testifies on Capitol Hill in November 2018.

FEMA Administrator Brock Long Resigns

His departure comes as the agency faces increased scrutiny for its response during previous disasters.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said a 1.9 percent 2019 pay raise would be included in the spending package to keep agencies open.

Shutdown-Avoiding Spending Package Includes 1.9 Percent Pay Raise for 2019

Measure that would keep the government open and overrule a pay freeze could be voted on as soon as Thursday.