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Martha Washington appeared on currency in the 19th century.

'Curious Monsters' on American Currency

When Treasury selects a woman for the $10 bill, it will also be promoting a new model of femininity.

Obama Will Be The First Sitting President to Visit a Federal Prison

Next week, he'll go to a federal prison. Vice News will tag along.

Beth Cobert will take over as acting OPM director.

Archuleta's Resignation Is Just the Beginning for OPM

Lawmakers praise OPM director's resignation as fed groups worry about 'dire state' of the agency.

OMB's David Mader testified in March before a Senate committee.

IRS Veteran Takes Management Post at White House Budget Office

Former OMB management chief Beth Cobert’s assignment to the embattled Office of Personnel Management opened the way for David Mader’s rise.

IRS Claims One Victory in Court Battle Over Document Retrieval

Judge tells Judicial Watch that agency FOIA response was sufficient.

Jeb Bush Does Not Understand Productivity, But No One Really Does

While often used as a fancy-sounding word for effectiveness or efficiency, productivity has a specific economic definition.

Musicians and the NRA: Unlikely Allies Against Ivory Rule

The two groups get together against a Fish and Wildlife Service rule meant to protect elephants.

Is This Obama's Moment for Criminal-Justice Reform?

With a bipartisan consensus in Congress, the president seeks an overhaul of the nation’s crowded, costly prison system.

Are You Sick of Employees Bringing You Problems?

Maybe you need to learn the language of effective leaders.