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Americans Would Cut 2017 Funding at These Agencies

NASA, Defense among biggest losers, survey finds.

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Federal Union President on Republican Winning in 2016: 'God Help Us All'

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GOP would 'annihilate' federal labor groups, leader says.

With Presidential Field Still Narrowing, GSA Prepares for Transition

Mary Gibert leads team picking securable D.C. office space.

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Excellence in Government Denver Broncos’ Peyton Manning celebrates after the NFL Super Bowl 50 game against the Carolina Panthers Sunday.

Three Things Leaders Can Learn From Peyton Manning

And you thought the Super Bowl was just a game.

Even the Obamas Can’t Get Good Wi-Fi at Home

In addition, here are some of our tips to get your wireless internet as good as it can be.

Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif.

Union Vows to 'Fight Like Hell' for Higher Pay Raise

Democratic lawmaker says he and union will open 'a can of whoop ass' on anti-labor colleagues.

VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson appeared frustrated by the decision.

Judge Reverses Firing of VA Senior Executive in Albany

The latest decision is the third such rejection of the department’s effort to discipline top officials – and the VA is not happy about it.

Sen. Mike Enzi in a 2011 photo.

Budget Panels Snub OMB Chief on Obama Fiscal Plan

House and Senate committee leaders say they won’t hear testimony from Shaun Donovan on the administration’s fiscal 2017 roadmap.

Josiane da Silva holds her son Jose Elton, who was born with microcephaly, outside her house in Alcantil, Paraiba state, Brazil. Zika is thought to cause birth defects.

Obama Requests $1.8 Billion to Combat Zika Virus

CDC, HHS, State and USAID would get funds as vaccine research accelerates.

Retirement Backlog Jumps in January

The inventory, which rose by more than 8,000 claims between December and January, is smaller than it was a year ago.

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The Middle Ages Demonstrate Why Women Leaders Make Peace — and War

Medieval rulers employed multiple styles of leadership—defying the simple binaries of contemporary stereotypes.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders makes a campaign stop in Portsmouth, N.H.

Bernie Sanders' Problem With Democrats

Will the Democratic Party nominate a candidate who hasn't been a member of their party, and who has long denounced it?

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Three Lanes to the Finish of the 2016 GOP Race

Trump attracts blue-collar support, and Cruz pulls in evangelicals, but can any one candidate lock down college-educated, non-evangelical voters?

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