Once reviled as "pork," discretionary spending provisions are once again seen as strengthening a broken Congress.
Just a "friendly visit" from unsmiling agents lets far right fantasists know they're on the government's radar.
No one can predict what the Supreme Court will do but, so far, they’re not rushing to shatter this precedent.
A slew of procurement laws and policies are meant to help U.S. businesses—but they hardly do.
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