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Play of the Day: Sarah Palin is Back and Making Just as Much Sense as Ever

After her teleprompter broke during the Iowa Freedom Summit, the former Alaska governor needed to improvise.

What the National Weather Service Can Learn About Language from Louis C.K.

The comedian took a shot at the government agency for characterizing the northeast blizzard as "historic."

Nonprofits Offer Help with Agency Records Management

National Archives welcomes input on preservation of electronic communications.

Washington Agencies to Open Two Hours Late

Employees also have option of unscheduled leave or telework.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., is sponsoring the bill.

Lack of Paid Parental Leave for Feds Is 'Shameful' and a 'Disgrace,' House Dems Say

Providing paid time off is also "good for business," proponents argue.

Looking Back at the GSA Scandal: Did the Administration Overreact?

Some say the response to lavish spending in Las Vegas was too heavy-handed, given the limited scope of the problem.

VA chief Bob McDonald announced the reorganization in November.

VA Announces Major Department Realignment

Official says reorganization is not about job cuts, and that there is 'more than enough work' to go around.

Where Are They Now? Where the Players in the GSA Scandal Have Landed

Two officials fired in the wake of the conference-spending revelations have since been reinstated with back pay.

What’s It Going to Be This Year? Doing or Being?

It's not about what we’re going to do; it’s about how we want to be.

The Falcon 9 AsiaSat is one of SpaceX's vehicles.

SpaceX Settles With the Air Force, Smoothing the Way for Competition in Spy-satellite Missions

Elon Musk’s rocket company announced a settlement with the Air Force Monday.