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The Washington Post has a new series two years in the making about the government's intelligence community post-September 11.
The Post reports that a draft executive order will kill the 10-year-old FCIP in March.
A Washington Post poll and Rasmussen Reports survey both find public negativity toward federal employees and the government.
Sulaimon Brown has released copies of the money orders he alleges he received from a member of Mayor Gray's campaign staff to attack then-Mayor Adrian Fenty during last year's elections.
Watson, IBM's supercomputer, beat its human competitors on the game show.
Republican leaders in the House are calling for even deeper budgets cuts by putting forward a plan that cuts about $60 billion to hundreds of federal programs for the seven months remaining in the current fiscal year.
In the aftermath of the shootings, the president strikes a note of civility.
Politico and The Washington Post report how the shooting is becoming the center of political debates.
The Washington Post reports on the vast amount of data contained in Net-Centric, whether it belonged there or not.
Students are expected to provide correct answers to questions on their state-mandated exams. So what happens when their textbooks are teaching them the wrong answers?