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Volunteers wear buttons at a Connecticut clinic in 2013.

Where The Affordable Care Act Is Still Struggling

Some states haven’t recovered from low enrollment in the law’s first year.

Obama's Two Minds on Natural Gas

The White House celebrates the natural-gas boom, so why is it hitting industry with new regulations?

One Way to Tackle Job Interview Jitters

Don't let your negative inner monologue take over.

A Secret Service agent looks on as President Obama gives a speech.

Secret Service Removes Top Executives

How did the once-respected agency fall so far? And can new leaders turn it around?

Romney 2016 Just Picked Up an Early Endorsement

The as-yet unannounced campaign can count on at least one supporter in Congress.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has pledged “a lot of restrictions on the activities of the bureaucracy.”

Obama Threatens Veto of GOP’s First Attempt to Rein in ‘Bureaucrats’

White House says House-backed bill restricting regulatory authority would actually increase red tape.

FBI Arrests Ohio Man for Plot to Attack U.S. Capitol

"I believe that we should wage jihad under our own orders and plan attacks and everything," the accused wrote to the FBI informant.

Obama’s Cybersecurity Plan, Explained

Despite claims, could the White House initiative have stopped the Sony hack?

Managing in the Era of ‘New Power’

Unlike the 'old power' model, the goal is to channel it, not hoard it.