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In Iowa, Clinton Gets Combative on Benghazi, Email

“I won’t play politics with national security or dishonor the memory of those who we lost,” said the former State Department chief.

Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy

Secret Service Pressing Ahead with Hiring Spree

Details of reported plan to add 1,100 agents and officers not confirmed.

Jordan Spieth and Jason Day kept their high-stakes competition friendly.

The Case for Competitive Civility

It’s easy to get sucked into the competitive dynamic and lose sight of the humanity of the players involved.

Government Travel Per Diems Will Rise On Oct. 1

Fiscal 2016 standard lodging rates will increase $6, from $83 to $89 per day.

Going to a Selective College Matters. But Only For Some Majors.

A new study shows school choice matters the most for business majors.

OMB Reports $22 Billion in Savings from Cutting Unnecessary Regulations

Procurement, management and regulatory chiefs launch dialog with colleges.

Six Lessons From Katrina Loom Even Larger 10 Years Later

Vulnerable communities are still unprepared for a catastrophic event.

The United States Penitentiary in Marion, Ill., is a medium security federal facility.

How Old is Too Old For a Federal Prisoner To Be Jailed?

Agencies are rethinking criteria for a program that lets elderly and infirm inmates out of prison early.

After 80 Years, Retirement Isn't What It Used to Be

As Social Security turns 80, more seniors are returning to the workforce. Is that a bad thing?