Defense will cut more than 1,500 positions at headquarters offices by 2020.
The space agency has put on hold the scheduled deployment of a new module on the International Space Station after it failed to expand.
A gay-rights amendment takes down a House appropriations bill.
For China, like the old Soviet Union, the U.S. defense secretary bets “internal logic” will dictate a change—eventually
Banks are using blockchain tech to revamp financial services. and now USPS wants in.
Industry cheers curbs on lowest-price awards, small business reforms.
We’re looking to honor 50 individuals and teams from around the United States, who have demonstrated excellence in implementing great ideas.
During the government shutdown, the fictional, crime-ridden city of Grand Theft Auto V is arguably a better place to live than Washington. Jay Leno makes the case for just how bad things have become.
On the other hand, Sarah Palin and the rest of the GOP believe the shutdown isn't as big a deal as the Democrats are making it out to be.
In the end, it doesn't really matter: Congress is drunk anyway.
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