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A Study Suggests Mindfulness Is Not Quite As Miraculous As We’ve Been Led To Believe

"When negative results are reported, they are often “spun” so that they appear to be equivocal or even positive finding.”

Teddy Roosevelt's Contested Convention

For the 26th president's supporters, forcibly wresting political control away from the party bosses was always an acceptable option.

Silicon Valley at sunset.

The Pentagon Is Dodging the Real Issue on Innovation

Instead of creating another set-aside program for high-tech companies, it needs to create a more innovation-friendly acquisition system.

Barack Obama reaches to hold the hand of German Chancellor Angela Merkel as they test VR goggles when touring the Hannover Messe, the world's largest industrial technology trade fair in northern Germany.

Obama Urges Europe to Contribute More to Their Own Defense

In Germany, the American president said, "If we do not solve these problems, you start seeing those who would try to exploit those fears and frustrations and channel them in a destructive way."

David Shulki (left), VA undersecretary for health, said it was important to set the facts straight.

Employees Can Be Involved in Armed Robberies as Long as It's On Their Own Time, VA Says

VA official clarifies employee who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors was reinstated.

The Lesser of Three Evils

Trump, Cruz, and Clinton would be their parties’ most disliked nominees in the history of polling.

TSP Officials Say They Might Need to Ask for More Money

The entity that oversees federal employees’ retirement plans already has obligated nearly 70 percent of its fiscal 2016 budget – mostly for cybersecurity needs.

Justice Department Nails Fraudsters Who Exploited IRS Data Breach

Georgia couple that used 'Get my Transcript' tool to collect unmerited refunds pleads guilty.

U.S. Forces Are Syria-Bound

President Obama announced the deployment of up to 250 troops, including Special Forces, for training and assisting local forces fighting ISIS.