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Agencies That Stand to Lose the Most Under Senate Spending Plan

Appropriators would cut $71 billion in discretionary spending in fiscal 2016.

Navigating the Multigenerational Workplace

If it’s not leveraged, age diversity can lead to chaos, researcher warns.

State Just Released Hillary Clinton's Benghazi-Related Emails

The emails span two years of her time as secretary of state.

 Obama spoke at Adas Israel Congregation in Washington Friday.

Obama Delivers Strong Comeback to Netanyahu on Iran

"When I hear some people say that disagreements over policy belie a lack of support of Israel, I must object and object forcefully."

Jeb Bush is All Over the Place on Climate Change

The 2016 hopeful is “concerned” about global warming, he says.

Being a Go-Getter Is No Fun

New research suggests that competent employees are assigned more work—but they don't always like it.

Bayonet practice at Camp Bowie in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1918.

A Step Forward for a World War I Memorial in D.C.

The congressionally chartered U.S. World War I Centennial Commission has opened an international design competition.

Americans Don’t Moonlight Like We Used To

A single job is increasingly enough for most folks.

CIA Shuts Down Climate Research Program

Amid spotlight on security threat from climate change, intelligence community ends scientific collaboration.

Protestors rally against NSA surveillance in 2013.

What Happens if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires?

The Snowden leaks revealed that the NSA was interpreting the law to vacuum up millions of U.S. call records every day.