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EPA Can’t Shake Its Ethanol Headache

The Obama administration proposed lowering the ethanol mandate, and nobody's happy.

SEC Chair Mary Jo White

Are Recusals Slowing Down SEC Decision-Making?

Commission Chair Mary Jo White could not participate in deliberations on an accounting fraud case against a large federal contractor.

The Definition of Leadership for a New Generation

It's time to let go of the top-down hierarchy.

Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina

One Presidential Contender Fixates on Porn-Watching Feds

Republican Carly Fiorina has brought up the issue often on the campaign trail.

SIGAR John Sopko is seeking details on construction of a $43 million single compressed natural gas station with disappointing results .

U.S. Efforts to Shore Up Afghan Economy Foundering, Watchdog Finds

$43 million gas pipeline and minerals extraction project not currently sustainable.

Thousands of Troops Will Receive Compensation for Student Loan Overcharge

Checks ranging from $10 to $100,000 from a 2014 settlement will be mailed in June.

Family-Friendly Policies Are Not Working. Paternity Leave Is a Solution

Now, 185 countries in the world offer mothers some form of state-funded paid leave. Only a handful do so for fathers.

Lois Lerner is sworn in before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in May 2013.

House Republicans Demand Update on Lois Lerner Charges

New attorney general asked about potential political targeting, lying and violations of citizens’ privacy.