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What We Talk About When We Talk About Clinton's Accomplishments

A campaign centered around the former State Department chief's long track record seems unable to detail what that record includes.

The experiment took place in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Swedish Experiment Shows the Benefits of a Shorter Work Day

Nurses working six-hour days at a Swedish care home are reportedly more energetic and less stressed.

Howard Chandler Christy's "Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States"

The Founding Fathers Would Have Hated the Trump Campaign’s Comments On Religion

The freedom to practice a religion of your choice is one of the basic tenants of the constitution.

HHS Unveils New Rules for Doctors Treating Opiate Drug Abuse

Coup­ling medi­cine with coun­sel­ing and be­ha­vi­or­al ther­apy is a com­pre­hens­ive path to re­cov­ery, ac­cord­ing to HHS.

Here's Why Carly Fiorina Was the Consensus Debate Winner

The only female candidate on the GOP debate stage proved she could hang with the boys—but also represent “women all over this country.”

Federal Air Marshal Service Director Roderick Allison is sworn in on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 17.

Lawmakers Praise Top Sky Cop For Swiftly Handling Sex Scandal

Federal air marshals allegedly hired prostitutes and recorded sex acts on government phones while on the job overseas.

The War on Telework

The truth is, management reluctance against the use of telework has been around for decades, since Jack Nilles invented the program in the ‘70s.

GSA Softens Role as Office ‘Space Police’ in Seeking Budget Savings

Buildings Commissioner Norman Dong exploits data analytics to monitor energy use, inventory property.