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Is Hillary Clinton’s Famous Name Boosting Her in Early 2016 Polls?

Familiar names have tremendous psychological power.

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Photo ID Cards Won't Stop Food Stamp Fraud

A new report finds that photo IDs cost more to implement than they save preventing fraud. And they make the program harder for beneficiaries to use.

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'Harry, This Is Barack': Reid Gets a Surprise Call-in on Nevada Public Radio

The Senate minority leader discussed his recent retirement announcement on KNPR's air Friday.

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Struggling Agencies Turn to Fortune 500 Leaders for Advice on Boosting Employee Morale

Advisory board members say private-public cooperation helps to erase image of 'dumb, lazy' civil servants.

House Defense Acquisition Reform Plan Seen as Step in the Right Direction

Armed Services chairman would streamline “broken” system to boost workforce, regain tech edge.

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4 Ways to Engage the Next Generation of Government Talent

Attracting millennials will require a culture change.

Under Pressure, Chemical Safety Head Resigns

Rafael Moure-Eraso leaves Chemical Safety Board after accusations of mismanagement.

A Defense Department medical support team augmentation class trains on Ebola response in 2014 in Texas.

We’re Closer Than Ever to an Ebola Vaccine

An international team led by National Institutes of Health’s researcher Andrea Marzi and University of Wisconsin’s Peter Halfmann has developed a whole virus vaccine.

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Five of Government's Top Social Media Accounts

Some agencies offer models for building a trusted brand online.

Republican Sen. John McCain accuses the service of shifting people around, rather than cutting overall jobs.

John McCain Tells the Air Force to Fire More Civilians

Air Force defends its headquarters reduction efforts.

If Cruz Is ‘on Obamacare,’ So Are His 2016 Rivals

Ted Cruz is not the first Republican to get covered through the exchanges—which was a Republican’s mandate.

Obama: Obamacare Works, Beyond a 'Shred of a Doubt'

The president accused the Republicans of making false promises about the law and criticized them for failing to offer a "credible" alternative.

Future of the Postal Service: End the Monopoly or Grow New Business?

Experts debate how USPS should adapt to evolving fiscal reality.

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