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DHS Inspector General John Roth sat for an interview this week to discuss his role as an independent watchdog.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
A broad national dialogue about race is still possible.
George F. Will
The government watches us in order to improve us.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
When it comes to public officials’ social media faux pas, it’s usually the interns who take the fall.
Yes, that’s a thing.
A new study tests our conception of who the swing voter is -- and whether it actually exists.
Angry military veterans shared their experiences with the VA health network during a town hall with Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.).
The woman thought Springsteen had told Christie to stop playing his music.
Four Job Corps alumni and current students, ranging from ages 19 to 60, share their success stories.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows some strange bedfellows.
A closer look at how federal hiring has declined in recent years while the number of departures has increased.
Despite financial woes, SeaWorld is still awash in political activity
Republican governor declared his innocence, vowed to fight the charges — and then went for ice cream.
The EEOC says women and people of color are underrepresented in the Senior Executive Service.
The stories of Bob McDonnell and Rick Perry offer lessons in when to police political behavior.
While the veterans’ hiring preference is complex, it is generally popular. But it is not beyond controversy. Tell us what you think.
The reasons are clear -- and convincing.
Obama’s presence would be bad for him and the national debate.
A new study shows most spending in key races is being done by so-called “dark money” groups.
The House Ethics Committee said Monday that it will examine whether Petri acted inappropriately when he advocated for a defense contracting firm in which he owned stock.
The potential 2016 candidate and the other potential 2016 candidate differ on “House of Cards.”
Rand Paul’s outreach to African Americans requires a willful ignorance of his past.
What fuels the rage in Ferguson.
Holding the country to an impossible standard is a form of anti-Semitism.
A poll shows another wide gap between how blacks and whites view the situation.
The former head of internal affairs for U.S. Customs and Border Protection said officials hindered his efforts to expose a culture of cover-ups and corruption.
The Vermont Senator’s 2001 party switch was a massive moment.
Federal investigators said recent allegations of a border officer drawing his gun on an Iowa Boy Scout were unsubstantiated.
A new DSCC ad is the first ever to feature Sarah Palin.
Racial, ethnic and gender diversity in the federal workforce remained essentially flat from fiscal year 2010 to 2011.
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