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The Government is Watching the Ashley Madison Hack

Thousands of the site’s affair-seeking users registered from .mil and .gov domains — at least ostensibly.

Former director of the Cleveland VA Medical Center already pleaded guilty.

VA Contractor Convicted of Bribing Former Department Official

Mark S. Farmer of Arlington, Va., conspired with former Cleveland VA Medical Center director to get a leg up on competitors.

Here Are the Ways 2016 Hopefuls Want To Change the Constitution

Trump isn’t the only candidate with a plan that could upend America's bedrock document.

President Obama announces a plan to strengthen security for debit cards that transmit federal benefits, in October 2014.

Consumer Bureau Couldn't Buy Better Publicity

Profile paints picture of a powerful watchdog "striking fear into the lending industry."

Drone Manufacturer Has Been Flying Spy Missions For Defense Since Early August

The US military has hired General Atomics to fly some missions — just ISR so far, but what about the future?

How to Measure IT’s Strategic Value

CIOs need to create metrics that go beyond server downtime.

Play of the Day: Clinton Has Some Explaining To Do

After being pressed on her email scandal, the Democrat can't come up with a good answer.

New Health Care Benefits, Another Hack Involving Feds and More

Some federal workers may be feeling extra generous come CFC season.

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Why Obama’s Post-Presidential Role Model Could be Herbert Hoover

President shows some interest in tackling government reform after he leaves office.

State Department Still Vague on Who Okayed Clinton Email Set-Up

Variety of possible players hinted at in new court filing.