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How to Predict Personal Wealth

It helps to be older. Also, white.

This Bakery Trains Wounded Veterans in the Art of Pastries and Business

Dog Tag Bakery, a new Georgetown bakery, is home to a work-study program that's the first of its kind.

The 113th Congress Ends its Session Quietly

Senate approves a tax bill and several Obama nominees, but can't finish a terrorism insurance measure.

If I Were 22

Career advice from an accidental government leader.

Former Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria, Kuwait and Lebanon Ryan Crocker, testifies before a House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in September.

Crocker: U.S. Wingtips and Pumps, Not Boots, Might Have Helped Syria

Veteran ambassador calls for more diplomatic engagement.

The Myth of the Brain Game

Puzzles designed to sharpen mental acuity may not actually do much to improve memory or intelligence in the long run.

FDA Takes On the 'Keepsake' Ultrasound Industry

The medically unnecessary scans pose a health risk to both fetus and mother.

Scientists Say They Have Found a Cure for Fear

Oxytocin can help the brain process emotional triggers and reduce stress.

CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf seeks to clarify how his agency handles the inherent uncertainty of budget estimates.

Embattled CBO Director Defends Calculation of Economic Uncertainties

Some Republican ‘supply siders’ want more dynamic scoring of budget changes.

How Much Sleep Do Americans Trade for Work?

Some Americans forgo a significant amount of sleep in order to make more time for commuting, socializing, and grooming—but most of all, working.