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Play of the Day: Bobby Jindal's Creepy Video

The Louisianan's 2016 announcement isn't exactly dynamic.

Town hall in Vermont

States and Cities Are 'Labs' for Inclusive Governance

Consulting residents helps officials manage high demand and limited resources, with less public criticism.

In February, House Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., conveys a message from his mobile phone to VA Secretary Robert McDonald, a witness.

It May Soon Be Easier to Fire Any VA Employee, Not Just Top Execs

House panel approves legislation that expedites the department’s firing process and extends probationary period for workers.

Bill Exempting Some Feds From Retirement Tax Penalty Heads to Obama

Measure would allow law enforcement officers to draw from their savings at age 50 without paying 10 percent penalty.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta would not commit to a number of people affected.

OPM Breach May Have Exposed Feds’ Sex Lives, Info About Security Clearance References

After a week of congressional hearings, we still don’t know the full extent of the massive cyberattacks.

TIGTA J. Russell George (left) and deputy Tim Camus are sworn in before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

IRS Destroyed Tapes with Lois Lerner Emails, Watchdog Confirms

House Republicans see a crime, but inspectors find potential employee error.

The TSP Quiz

How well do you know the Thrift Savings Plan?

Taking a Pass on Passion

A lot of the world’s best work is done without getting all fired up about it.

Accompanied by Joe Biden, the president spoke about the ruling Thursday from the White House's Rose Garden.

Obama: 'The Affordable Care Act Is Here to Stay'

The president addressed the Supreme Court’s ruling on his health care law on Thursday.

One of the gowns available in the auction.

Try GSA for Your Nuptial Needs

Agency will auction off items from an Alaska bridal shop that was a criminal front.