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House GOP Leaders Prepare to Swap Titles—and Office Space

A reminder about the Capitol: "Nothing is more important here to people than real estate."

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Hacker Breached NOAA Satellite Data on a Contractor’s PC

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Watchdog says it's a bad idea for personnel to access NOAA systems using personal computers

Play of the Day: America's Totally Nonsensical Nuclear Stockplie

John Oliver looks at the quantity of American nukes.

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Why Intelligence Whistleblowers Can't Use Internal Channels

Too many are persecuted–and the wrongdoing that prompted them to speak out is too seldom addressed.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (pictured) is working with Rep. Jeff Miller on the deal.

Lawmakers Somehow Nail Down a Plan to Fix the VA System

Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Jeff Miller will announce details this week.

Excellence in Government U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Michael Oates, commander of 10th Mountain Division, delivers a speech during a change of authority ceremony in 2008 in Iraq.

How Business Skills Can Develop Better Military Officers

Three things the Army could learn from corporate America.

 President Barack Obama, and senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer

Top Obama Aide Concerned by Impeachment Threats

A recent poll found that 57 percent of Republicans want to impeach the President.

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Guatemala's President Otto Perez Molina, left, listens as U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to the media next to Honduran President Juan Hernandez after they met to discuss Central American immigration and the border crisis.

Obama Finally Floats a Refugee Plan As Support for Deportation Grows

Obama administration officials are considering a plan that would allow Hondurans under 21 to apply for refugee status from their home country, without having to make the dangerous trek to America.

Congressman Suggests Issa Install Pool to Root Out Suspected Witches

Democrat Tony Cardenas trolls Darrell Issa in calling for a “Senator Joseph R. McCarthy Memorial Truth Pond."

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Hiring Reform Bill Gains Momentum on Capitol Hill

Bipartisan House duo introduces companion to Senate measure allowing agencies to share information on qualified applicants.

Postal worker Daryl Ha delivers mail in the North Beach area of San Francisco in 2011.

Consolidations Have Led to More Nighttime Mail Deliveries, Putting Letter Carriers in Danger

Some say expanding services, rather than just cutting costs, is key to saving the Postal Service.

Excellence in Government At ecommerce company Zomato, employees don't have fixed desks, so they don't get stuck in one place.

Zomato Has a “Deskless” Office so That Employees Never Get Too Complacent

Employees need to be flexible in terms of roles, locations, and reporting structures.

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