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Reflections on 9/11 and Excellence in Government

Lives changed when the plane hit the Pentagon, and so did government.

SIGAR John F. Sopko says oversight will continue even after the U.S. winds down its presence in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan IG Warns Agencies Should Brace for More Scrutiny

Reconstruction watchdog says State and USAID have misread his independent role.

More Than 100,000 Enrollees Are Likely to Lose Obamacare Coverage

Missing verification forms regarding immigration status could cause them to lose their insurance at the end of September.

The Way HR Works Needs to Change

Human resource offices need to deal with big data better.

Guess Where the Government Ranks in Customer Satisfaction?

Agencies could better serve citizens and businesses by streamlining websites.

House Republicans Fast-Track Obama's ISIS Offensive for Wednesday Vote

Provision would be voted on as an amendment to a federal funding bill the House has to pass by the end of the month to avoid a government shutdown.

Taliban Suicide Blast Near U.S. Base Kills Three Soldiers in Kabul

The car bomb was set off just a couple hundred yards from the U.S. embassy, killing three and wounding more than a dozen others.

The outbreak has hit Guinea and several other West African countries the hardest.

U.S. Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Fight Ebola

Effort could cost as much as $750 million over the next six months.

Play of the Day: How to Peer Pressure ISIS

The coalition to combat the group is growing.

Most Americans Believe in Obama's ISIS Plan, but Not in Him

A lot Americans support President Obama's plan to attack the Islamic State, even though a majority of Americans don't think it will work.