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What Government Never Could Have Expected from President Nixon

The president who tried to leverage the bureaucracy to “screw” his opponents resigned 40 years ago.

HUD Secretary Julian Casto says targeted investments will “enhance the health and wealth of communities for decades to come.”

Agencies Team Up to Improve Communities Without Wrecking the Environment

Five-year effort now reflects Obama's climate change push.

Toddler Gets Timeout for Slipping Through White House Gates

The breach resulted in a brief security lockdown.

Imagine If Thousands of Medical Researchers Could Have a Quick Conversation

NIH's PubMed Commons is catalyzing scientist-to-scientist interactions.

Hillary Clinton's Rules for Women

The former of secretary of State laid out a few best practices for women in a new interview with Glamour.

GSA Updates Agency Air Fare Deals to Save $2 Billion Yearly

City Pair program allows flight cancellations or changes without fees.

Lego’s Female Scientist Set Could Inspire a Generation of Girls

Encouraging women to work in STEM fields would be a big help to dwindling American STEM workers.

Federal Appeals Board Has Major Concerns With Firing Provisions in New VA Law

Small agency tasked with enforcing those provisions raises questions about their constitutionality and wisdom.