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Space: Trump's Least Controversial Frontier

Unlike in other policy areas, the president can pay significant attention to the U.S. space program with little risk of backlash.

GSA Finally Disposes of Historic But Empty Cotton Annex

Eighty-year-old Federal Triangle property auctioned for $30 million.

Congress Approves Shutdown-Averting Stopgap Spending Bill

Trump is expected to sign the CR to push the shutdown deadline to May 5.

Leadership and Shifting Baseline Syndrome

Once you allow your standards to shift in the wrong direction, you’ve lost.

The memorial wall at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va.

Courage, Integrity and Accountability at the CIA

A former agency director reflects on the traits required of senior leaders in government for success in today’s world.

Drinking Four Cups of Coffee Is Probably Safe

The most comprehensive review of evidence on health consequences of caffeine use has just been published.

Are We Having Too Much Fun?

In 1985, Neil Postman observed an America imprisoned by its own need for amusement. He was, it turns out, extremely prescient.

Lawmakers Introduce One-Week Stopgap Spending Bill to Avoid Shutdown

Congress says it needs more time to finalize a longer-term deal; Democrats still have concerns.

IRS Points to Progress for 2017 Tax Filing Season

Official calls it the smoothest in current commissioner's tenure.

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