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Cutting Red Tape: It's Time to Sweat the Small Stuff

Large program waste is easy to see, but don't overlook the daily complexities.

Play of the Day: A Prerecorded Reaction To The President's Speech

Stephen Colbert had some thoughts hours before Obama spoke.

Naps are a good way to enhance performance and restore alertness, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

The Complete Guide to Having a Productive Weekend

Rest up and stay away from monotony are just two of the tips.

IGs say agencies are throwing up roadblocks.

Are Federal Agencies Spending Millions to Stop IGs from Doing Their Jobs?

Three inspectors general tell House panel of document denials they say violate law.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta noted the changes are important as the workforce becomes more mobile.

Feds Can Donate to More Charities, But Will They?

The annual Combined Federal Campaign runs through Dec. 15.

Fighters from the Islamic State parade in Raqqa, Syria.

Vote on Spending Bill Postponed Amid Syria Debate

White House wants authority to arm Syrian rebels, but Republicans are wary.

A sign advertising the administration's health care marketplace is shown in Chicago in 2013.

Obamacare Hasn’t Driven Up Employers' Health Care Premiums

Employer-based health care coverage is seeing modest price increases.

Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-SC, is the chairman of the committee.

House Benghazi Select Committee Finally Gets Around to Holding a Hearing

The special House committee had disappeared from public view after it was created in May.

Kerry went from Amman to Baghdad Wednesday.

John Kerry Stops in Baghdad Ahead of Obama Speech

The unannounced visit gave Kerry the opportunity for a public show of support with Iraq's new, more inclusive government.