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The Republican Space Fans Exiting the House

The next Congress will be missing a few longtime advocates of exploration.

Ground views of different Border Wall Prototypes as they take shape during the Wall Prototype Construction Project near the Otay Mesa Port of Entry are shown in 2017.

Over 170 Environmental Groups Say Trump’s Border Wall Will Destroy Fragile Ecosystems

Building the wall would destroy existing flora and fauna and disrupt wildlife, say more than 170 environmental groups

The Government Can Access Your Credit Report, Even If You’ve Frozen It

Agencies requesting background investigations from the National Background Investigations Bureau no longer need to tell subjects to unfreeze their credit.

Armed Services Committee ranking member Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., speaks during a hearing on the FY2019 budget with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

What the Midterms Mean for National Security

House Democrats are poised to boost oversight of the Pentagon — and its commander-in-chief.

Analysis: Trump Fired His Most Effective Lieutenant

The outgoing attorney general did more to enact the president’s priorities than any other member of the Cabinet, but that didn’t save him from White House hostility.

An American Citizen Tried to Join ISIS. Does That Make Him an ‘Enemy Combatant’?

The U.S. military quietly released “John Doe” last week after holding him in detention in Iraq for 13 months, with no charges.

Trump Repeatedly Threatens Retaliation Against Russia Investigators

Congressman Adam Schiff has plans to probe several uncomfortable subjects for the Trump administration, and the president is ready to fight.

Play of the Day: Jeff Sessions Learned His Fate From John Kelly

The "You're fired!" president did not fire the attorney general.

OSHA Faults Agriculture Department in Lead Abatement Fiasco

A union representing employees in Rural Development also regained the right to telework.