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A volunteer receives a dose of an experimental Ebola vaccine at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md., in early September.

One Agency's Short-Lived Idea to Have Its Employees Test a New Ebola Vaccine

News editors at VOA found volunteers, but BBG general counsel balked.

Just Looking at Cash Makes People Selfish and Less Social

Money might not be the root of all evil, but it is the root of some.

Team Obama Isn't Blinking on Cutting Carbon

Even under the threat of a Republican Congress, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz insists the White House will keep pushing for lower emissions.

Puzzling Fact: Trade Envoys May Not Text Foreign Counterparts

Federal Records Act requires archiving of even transitory messages.

Charley Barth

Director Who Modernized the Federal Register Departs Friday

Charley Barth took pride in "digital democracy."

How Low Would You Go to Get Ahead?

Why leaders need to discourage cutthroat behavior among colleagues.

Brinkerhoff Lodge

A Perk for Federal VIPs: Park Service’s Mountain Getaway

Vice President Biden offers to reimburse NPS for his stay at a cabin in Grand Teton National Park.

Kirsten Gillibrand: It's 'Vital' That a Woman Becomes President in 2016

The junior senator from New York hopes it's Hillary Clinton, but she's positioning herself well if that doesn't happen.

Snail Mail Gets Slower: Why USPS Is Missing Its Own Mail Delivery Goals

Disagreement abounds as the Postal Service blames bad weather, not job cuts and plant closures, for slower mail.

Can Twitter Solve Hillary Clinton's Relatability Problem?

The former secretary of state has sometimes struggled to connect with voters on the stump. Maybe 140 characters suit her better.