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State Department Still Vague on Who Okayed Clinton Email Set-Up

Variety of possible players hinted at in new court filing.

Supreme Court: Constitution Protects Birthright Citizenship

In a case with a lot of similarities to today’s immigration debate, the high court said the children of undocumented immigrants are still U.S. citizens.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald speaks at a town hall meeting with employees last winter. The union allegedly created a list of executives it wanted McDonald to fire.

Senior Execs and Managers Blast Union for ‘Hit List’ of VA Officials to Fire

Congressional panels asked to investigate ‘internal review’ of management.

An agent checks a bag at O'Hare international Airport in November.

Travelers Can Write Yelp Reviews For the TSA

The crowdsourcing hub is now a place to rate airport security experiences. Here are the best reviews so far.

The First Openly Transgender White House Staffer Was Just Appointed

Raffi Freedman-Gurspan will work as outreach and recruitment director for presidential personnel.

GE Saw the Light on Performance, Government Should Too

The answer is not to end employee reviews, but to make them better.

Trump and a friend in 2006.

Play of the Day: Trump's Immigration Plan is Quite Restrictive

The mogul's new position paper would've kept his own grandfather out of the United States.

Jeb Bush speaks at a town hall meeting in Columbia, S.C., on Monday.

Jeb Bush: Working for Uncle Sam Should Not Be ‘Lifetime Employment’

Firing poor performers should be easier across government -- not just at the VA, according to Republican presidential hopeful.

Clinton Opposes Arctic Drilling Plan

The 2016 Democratic front-runner voices opposition after Shell gets federal approval to drill in icy waters.

New EPA Rules Would Cut Methane Emissions From Oil and Natural-Gas Industries

The agency wants to reduce emissions by 40 to 45 percent of 2012 levels over the next decade.