If Ted Cruz was going to win anywhere, it was in the Hoosier State. Instead he got knocked out of the race.
Watchdog says lack of auditable financial statement threatens reliability.
A new survey shows people prefer to receive information about a national health emergency via the Internet and television.
Justice secures $13 million settlement by two firms said to have shipped by truck but billed at air rates.
Bipartisan bill would eliminate IRS tax debt on forgiven student loans for permanently disabled and families whose child has died.
As the What Works Cities program, funded by the Bloomberg Philanthropies, celebrates its first year, municipal leaders and experts are looking at ways to make the results of their data efforts “so essential that nobody can take it away.”
Max Stier is the President and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service. He has worked in all three branches of the federal government--most recently at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, having served as the Deputy General Counsel for Litigation. A graduate of Yale College and Stanford Law School, Mr. Stier is a member of the National Academy of Public Administration and a member of the New York State SAGE (Spending and Government Efficiency) Commission.
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