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Clinton Releases More Ideas to Decrease Consumer Health Care Costs

Her plans continue to favor patients over industry groups.

How Obama Welcomed Pope Francis

The pontiff was greeted by thousands of people outside the executive mansion on Wednesday.

Can Public Policy Survive Without Government?

Public-private partnerships can improve services, but not without risks.

The Top 10 Women Cyber Guardians You Should Know About

A roundup of influential information security leaders to watch.

More Proof That When It Comes to Hiring, It’s Who You Know

There's a reason why Silicon Valley is so homogenous.

The Other One Percent

New sick leave rule is cumbersome for all, but benefits few.

VA whistleblowers are sworn in before a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

VA Accounts for More Than One-Third of Government’s Whistleblower Complaints

Testy Senate panel blames IG vacancy, retaliators who go unpunished.

The Guide to Structuring Your Perfect Work Day

Optimizing your work day to maximize your productivity and happiness admittedly isn't a hard science.

White House, Agencies Begin Prepping for ‘Executing an Orderly Shutdown’

OMB held call with agency leaders to order updates to shutdown plans issued this summer.