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History of Management Missteps Contributes to CDC’s Credibility Gap

Critics point to potentially dangerous breaches in protocol spanning at least two presidential administrations.

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The Capitol Christmas Tree Is Campaigning Harder Than You Are

Thirty stops in 30 days? No problem for this spruce.

Climate Change Worries Drive South Florida 51st State Plan

Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.

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Someone Else Jumped the White House Fence. This Is What Happened.

Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn’t pretty.

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Are You Fit to Lead?

The connection between transformational leadership and high-intensity interval training.

Group Hopes to Raise More Than $200K for Grieving Military Families

Hundreds will run in Sunday’s Marine Corps Marathon for non-profit that helps survivors of fallen service members’ cope with loss.

Lifesize Foosball Game, Swedish Massages for Rabbits Make Coburn's Final 'Wastebook'

Retiring senator frames alleged wasteful spending against the backdrop of increasing “chaos, confusion and uncertainty.”

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Internal Revenue Commissioner John Koskinen testifies on Capitol Hill in July.

IRS Chief: Congressional Overseers May Have Gotten ‘A Little Carried Away’

Koskinen tells trade publisher his agency made mistakes, but defends post-scandal reforms.

Funding Hikes to Combat Health Care Fraud Could Pay Off, CBO Says

Study examines budget impact of Justice and HHS efforts to reduce improper payments.

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How to Write a Business Letter: Advice From the 18th Century

You too can sound like a rich, proper, old English gentleman with guidance from their charming correspondence manuals.

Did the U.S. Just Accidentally Give Weapons to ISIS?

The Pentagon is investigating a video that seems to show the terrorist group holding an air-dropped bundle intended for Syrian Kurdish fighters.

Federal Retirees to Receive a 1.7 Percent COLA for 2015

Employee groups say the bump won’t keep pace with the rising costs confronting seniors.

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