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TSP Gets Lowest Possible Score on Information Security Audit

Agency receives “Ad Hoc” label on first FISMA audit under new metrics.

President Trump prepares to cut the “red tape” of regulations during a photo op at the White House on Dec. 14, 2017.

White House Quietly Releases Report Highlighting Benefits of Regulations

The mandatory summary of the previous year’s rules runs counter to the Trump administration’s arguments for reducing red tape.

Play of the Day: More On Trump's Plan to Arm Teachers

Will it solve school shootings or just sell more guns?

Sen. Bob Menendez , D-N.J.

It's Getting Harder to Prosecute Politicians For Corruption

A legal scholar looks at the new and narrowed definition of bribery by the US Supreme Court. In the future, will politicians doing favors for donors and friends ever be prosecuted for corruption?

Play of the Day: Arming Teachers is One Solution to School Shootings

The president suggests giving bonuses to educators who carry a weapon.

Play of the Day: President Trump's Listening Session Notes

The president had some teens to the White House and made sure to remember to hear them.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt at the White House in 2017.

Two Congressional Committees Probe Pruitt’s First-Class Travel

Lawmakers from both parties request documents to ensure the EPA administrator complied with rules.

A CDC scientist harvests H7N9 virus that has been grown for the purpose of sharing with partner laboratories for research purposes in 2013.

Three Ways the U.S. Should Prepare For the Next Flu Pandemic

Science has come a long way in the 100 years since the worst flu pandemic in history. But that doesn't mean that the country is ready for another health disaster.

Mueller’s Indictment Puts Details Behind Claims of Russian Interference

Thirteen Russian nationals connected to the shadowy Internet Research Agency were indicted by the special counsel on Friday.

Congress’ Budget Dysfunction is More Than 4 Decades in the Making

Congress may have averted a shutdown, but don't get too excited, warns a Harvard budget expert. The deal isn't sustainable long term.