The device attaches quickly to a handgun, but critics worry about the split-second decisions it demands.
Veterans say this experimental magnetic resonance therapy is offering them hope and normal lives.
State Department veteran’s career took her around the world. Now it has her caught up in a federal probe.
The youngest peace prize winner made media wait until after school for her response to the honor.
Neel Kashkari burned out as the official in charge of the bailout. Now he wants back in politics.
Bob Morse, who “speaks the language of data,” oversees the magazine’s annual list of schools.
Todd Moss’s new book draws on his experience in the State Dept. to make interagency squabbles thrilling.
Media watchdog group that targeted a Buzzfeed reporter scrutinizes the foreign affairs commentator.
Since the riots of the 1960s, law enforcement officials have gotten the same message but may not heed it.
The former White House lawyer left Washington but, with a new book, he hasn’t left Watergate behind.