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Democrats: Prosecuting Lois Lerner Could Violate Your Privacy

One panel plans to seek criminal charges against the former IRS official for her role in the controversy, while another considers holding her in contempt of ...

April 9 Leave a comment

Play of the Day: Geography Is a Democratic Process

According to a new survey, the less Americans know about Ukraine's location, the more likely they are to support U.S. intervention.

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How I Lead: Listen, Breathe and Then Ask Questions

Insights from Melanie Keller, associate director for management at FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

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Woman Killed in Capitol Hill Chase Was Shot Five Times

Autopsy report shows that Miriam Carey was shot from behind, including once in the head.

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The New Poster Children for Duplication in Federal Programs

Watchdog releases a fresh list of redundant or overlapping programs.

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Republicans, White House Finally Agree on Something: Postal Reform

Hearing showcases progress on ever-elusive USPS overhaul, though many hurdles remain.

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A Symbolic Victory for Open Office Setups

New York's new mayor is keeping Bloomberg's famous bullpen arrangement.

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Student Loan Perk Doesn’t Benefit Most Federal Employees

Republicans want to eliminate a $70 million incentive to reduce overall spending.

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How to Tap Military Experience for Executive Jobs

Free program helps veterans transition to civilian careers.

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Did the USAID Cuban Twitter Debacle 'Taint All USAID Employees as Spies?'

Sen. Patrick Leahy asked if that was the case at an appropriations hearing Tuesday.

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