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U.S. Marines take a break to watch the sunset after a dismounted patrol in Iraq in 2009.

One in Six Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans Might Have PTSD

It could be decades before we know the depth of veterans' health problems.

How Future Thinkers Can Revolutionize Strategic Planning

Some countries are institutionalizing anticipatory government; so can the U.S.

Small Businesses Might Not be Getting a Say in Rules That Affect Them

Study by nonprofit suggests big-business interests are co-opting OSHA, EPA, CFPB review panels.

Can Obama Split the Difference on Immigration?

Obama promised reform by the end of the year. Now he has to choose whom to offend. It's not a yes-or-no choice, but neither his critics nor his supporters will be happy with anything in between.

Rep. Sam Graves says SBA's proposed rule could prompt litigation.

SBA Takes Flak Over Revising Company Size Standards

Committee chairman calls proposed rule a “capricious” threat to IT industry.

The Quiet End to the U.S. Ebola Panic

Calm could work against Obama's request for an additional $6.2 billion to fight the disease both domestically and abroad.

Play of the Day: The Gum Chewing Heard Around the World

Barack Obama visits China and commits a faux pas.

The Four Types of Sleep Schedules

A new study suggests that some people are neither "owls" nor "larks"

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe defended USPS' decision to delay informing employees their personal data had been breached.

Hacked Employees File Charges Against Postal Service

Union, lawmakers, unhappy with USPS secrecy.