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Frustrations of 2013 Shutdown Linger As the Threat of a Repeat Grows, Says Ex-Pentagon Comptroller

Robert Hale is growing less hopeful about avoiding a lapse in appropriations next month.

President Obama speaks to reporters before taking a boat tour at the Kenai Fjords National Park on Sept. 1 in Seward, Alaska.

Obama Gives New Role to Federal Agency Once Deemed Useless by Its Own IG

Denali Commission will coordinate climate change response in Alaska.

NASA Creates New Quick 'Self-Healing' Material

Hurtling through the endless void of space in a thin aluminum can as debris zips around in every direction may have just gotten a little safer.

John Kerry, After Iran Deal Victory, Stays on the Defensive

The State Department chief continued to decry a now-unlikely rejection.

A member of Joint Task Force Domestic Support-Counterdrug, receives his Ranger tab after completing Ranger School in 2010.

Army Opens Ranger Course to Women

The test is over: future classes of the elite Ranger School will be open to all candidates.

Travel Cuts? Boost Training and Collaboration Online

How to inject the human factor into e-learning systems.

The Joseph Siffrein Duplessis portrait of Benjamin Franklin c. 1785, sits in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.

How Americans Lost Track of One Founding Father's Definition of Success

According to Benjamin Franklin, what mattered in business was humility, restraint, and discipline.

Pope Francis arrives for his weekly general audience at St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on Sept. 2.

D.C.-Area Feds Should Telework During Pope Francis’ Visit, OPM Says

The pope may be infallible, but he can’t cure traffic jams.

How Much Sympathy Do Overwhelmed White-Collar Workers Deserve?

Belittling their plight by comparing it to blue-collar workers’ ignores the trickle-down harms of an exhausting work culture.