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New Yorkers line up at a food truck in May.

A Healthy Menu Makeover for Food Trucks

An NIH-funded project aims to expand nutritious dining options in Los Angeles.

Most Americans Now Back Ground Troops Against ISIS

The Islamic State's brutality has dramatically shifted public opinion in the United States.

You’ve Invested for Retirement. Now What?

What to do with the wealth you’ve accumulated in the Thrift Savings Plan.

Watchdog: Pentagon Could Learn from HHS on Curbing Medical Claims Fraud

Health and Human Services has a better system than Defense does for identifying improper payments, GAO says.

The 2012 ribbon cutting ceremony for VA's Warriors to Workforce program, which won an innovation award.

VA and NASA Win Multiple Innovation Awards

Harvard’s Ash Center recognizes 13 federal programs in state-centered list.

Parts of Yellowstone National Park are among the most quiet in the United States.

The Quietest Places in America, Mapped

New data from National Park Service scientists shows that "most people live in environments where night skies and soundscapes are profoundly degraded."

"History would tell us that Republicans would get more blame," said Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas. "It's a replay of the same movie."

Why Democrats Won't Cave on Immigration to Avoid a Shutdown

Democrats believe that the optics of a partial shutdown will favor them.

White House Struggles with the Language of Terrorism

"We must never accept the premise that they put forward, because it is a lie," Obama says. "They are not religious leaders. They're terrorists."

Punxsutawney Phil, held by Ben Hughes in 2010, is famous for predicting more of the same.

Escaping Groundhog Day: 5 Tips for Innovation

How to break down the barriers to new ideas in your organization.

Play of the Day: Diamond Joe Strikes Again

Biden dominates Ash Carter's swearing in ceremony.