Voice of America’s Russia programming defended as widely heard in region despite obstacles.
These tax 'preparers' are making a lot of mistakes, GAO finds.
Everyone has baby fever after the announcement.
NSA leaker defended his decision to participate in the conversation in a Guardian op-ed.
What it will take to set realistic expectations for federal programs.
Alliance between OPM and University of Maryland University College will offer feds a 25 percent discount on out-of-state tuition.
DoD chiefs taken to task on readiness complaints
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Military retirees to try out FEHBP
Medicare agency defends Y2K strategy
Rash of illnesses at DOE sites reported
Senate fails to limit "acting" appointments
Dems blast appropriations riders, hint at shutdown
Clinton touts $70 billion surplus
White House: We don't want a shutdown
Lack of controls leads to DoD fraud
The bad news is that the robot uprising is likely. The good news is that it’s not too late to stop it. By Patrick Tucker
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