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Feds must follow limits on their political activities, but there are still many things they can do.
The philanthropist plans to speak about the virus and efforts to boost his commitment to ending malaria.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The agency goes for damage control after a news report about altered audits.
Voters’ disenchantment portends a bad night for Democrats on Tuesday.
Nothing, really, that you can put your finger on.
Law enforcement officials declined to prosecute Jean Baptiste Kingery, according to a government report.
How Democrats can save Hillary Clinton from herself when some big supporters run the big banks.
Tom Harkin, Ron Wyden, Sander M. Levin, George Miller and Henry A. Waxman
The law’s enemies are stretching a single four-word phrase well beyond its intent.
Campaign ads are going to the dogs.
Federal employees must follow Hatch Act restrictions on their political activities, but there are still many things they can do.
Multiple world crises and Halloween candy can wreak havoc on diplomats’ waistlines. A line dance can help.
Recent changes to delivery standards have resulted in slower mail across the nation, according to a GAO report.
It’s a logistical and symbolic no-brainer.
Reactions to Obama’s immigration decision are quite muted, despite the narrative.
Barbara Comstock’s campaign says she saved $400 million on Silver Line construction. But there’s not much to that number.
The spectacle, the luminaries, the laughs and the profanities: All served to honor the ‘journalistic warrior’
George F. Will
David Perdue’s rival has made the race about his business.
A D.C. law firm is hard at work anticipating your dread-disease needs. Just in case.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The state's conservatives are in an open rebellion against tea party extremism.
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, in wide-ranging interview, say Frank Underwood reminds him of “a pretty bad vice president.“
Republicans on the House oversight committee released a video this week detailing their version of how the scandal evolved.
Tossup ≠ coin flip
The U.S. territory of Guam ranks dead last for per capita VA funding, despite its relatively large veteran population. This PBS documentary examines the issue.
It always the darkest just before it goes completely black.
Young people prefer a GOP-controlled Congress? What?
Columnist Joe Davidson interviewed all candidates vying for two Northern Virginia congressional seats.
Americans want further safeguards, but the White House has resisted.
This is the last in a series on House candidates in Northern Va. districts — home to lots of federal employees.
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