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Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Robert Menendez

Lawmakers Attack Obama Administration’s Strategy in Iraq

Members of Congress doubt Iraqi government can root out terrorists.

“NTIS has been trying to profit by selling documents that have little, if anything to do with scientific or technical information, like the Armed Forces Recipe Book,” Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.,  said.

Why Is This Commerce Department Agency Charging Other Agencies for Free Reports?

Lawmakers say the National Technical Information Service’s repository is a ripoff.

Rung said program managers and contracting officials “have a thankless job and rarely get the recognition they deserve.”

Procurement Chief Nominee Stresses Acquisition Training, Contractor Price Data

Sen. McCaskill elicits promise that OMB will improve communication with oversight panels.

Five Games That Reveal Executive Function in Kids

Matching up cards and planning the next chess move can help develop a set of skills that may be more important for success than IQ points.

Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio

Boehner: House Will Vote to Avoid Shutdown in September

The speaker promises a short-term CR that would kick big spending decisions to the lame-duck.

Department of Veterans Affairs Acting Secretary Sloan Gibson

Expedited Firing Is VA Chief’s No. 1 Priority, But Bill to Allow That Is in Limbo

Divide over additional funding for the department threatens House-Senate conference negotiations.

Being Powerful Distorts People's Perception of Time

With all the extra time they imagine they have, top execs tend to experience less stress than those lower down the ladder.

Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

How Much Does It Cost to Fix the VA?

Proposal to hire 10,000 new clinicians meets with skepticism on the Hill.

A chart is on display on Capitol Hill during a hearing about  hearing about an incident last month at a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab.

Head of CDC's Scandal-Plagued Lab Resigns

The lab exposed workers to live anthrax and deadly strains of bird fly by improperly transporting them.