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How Sexism Stifles Creativity

When people in mixed-sex groups are told to be "politically correct," their ideas are more numerous and more original.

SIGAR John Sopko

Watchdog Creates High-Risk List for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Special IG Sopko warns that corruption could derail U.S. effort to build Afghan self-sufficiency.

Don’t Run in the Pentagon

Leadership lessons from a career in the military.

Federal workers "have been undervalued and underappreciated for too long,” said Senate Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Barbara Mikulski, D-Md.

Feds, Troops Still On Track for a 1 Percent Pay Raise in 2015

CRomnibus package allows for increase, freezes congressional salaries.

The Torture Report Isn't Going to Stand Between the President and the CIA

The report details horrendous acts, but Americans still expect to be protected.

Lawmakers Unveil Details of Plan to Keep Government Open

$1 trillion spending bill would fund most agencies through September, with the exception of DHS.

Kerry told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that Authorization for Use of Military Force should not restrict the use of ground troops and should not limit operations to Iraq and Syria.

Senators to Kerry: Tell Us What You Want to Fight ISIS

The administration criticizes Senate proposals to authorize force, but won't offer a plan of its own.

Michael Hayden to NBC: No One Ever Warned Us Against Overreacting to 9/11

A damning admission from a former head of the CIA and NSA.

Play of the Day: The Appropriate Reaction To The Senate Torture Report

The Daily Show tries to find the appropriate reaction to the document.

The report was addressed to report addressed to Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee,  and House oversight committee members.

Agencies Show Progress in Curbing Improper Payments

But GAO finds 10 of 24 major agencies fell short of full reporting.