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Advocacy Group: IRS' Problems 'Won't Be Cured by Removing Lois Lerner'

Institutional reform is needed to restore trust after targeting scandal, Cause of Action finds.

State Promises More Documents to Benghazi Committee

The panel's GOP chairman says he needs more information from the department before bringing Hillary Clinton in to testify.

"There's no other opportunity like" the PMF program, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta said.

Nearly One-Quarter of 2015 Presidential Management Finalists Are Vets

The competitive program has 600 finalists in the class of 2015, from a pool of 7,800 applicants.

America's Aging Population Is Bad News for Women's Careers

Unless the U.S. can put policies in place to support family caretakers.

The Gyrocopter Pilot Is Being Indicted

Doug Hughes could face more than nine years in prison for the stunt.

Campaign Politics Made the Vice Presidency a Strange Job

It's a frustrating mix of bureaucratic nonsense and clownish ribbon-cutting, all within tantalizingly close reach of the most influential job on earth.

Congress and the White House are Paying Attention to Opioid Abuse

As drug-related deaths continue to increase, government is looking to respond.

Play of the Day: Ask Bernie Sanders Anything... About Hillary Clinton

The presidential hopeful hosted an AMA on Reddit this week.

What Are Your Odds of Getting a Security Clearance?

Fewer workers are being granted access to intelligence.