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Obama spoke about his Clean Power Plan Monday at the White House.

Obama Calls Lack of Climate Change Action 'Shameful'

The president attacks critics of the White House effort to curb pollution from power plants.

The FDA's War on Sugar

The agency recommends a daily limit to curb consumption.

DHS Issues a Warning About the Senate's Cyber Bill

Homeland Security said Monday that the Senate's plan would "sweep away important privacy protections."

The Surprising Benefits of Being More Fully Present at Work

It's really about respecting the people you depend on.

Watchdog Faults Accounting in Government’s Consolidated Financial Statement

Treasury and OMB should strengthen controls to account for end-of-year changes.

What Will Be Obama's Green Legacy?

New climate-change regulations could make him the environmentally friendly president—if he survives the brutal assaults coming his way.

Clinton attends a meeting in Qatar in 2010 as Secretary of State.

Clinton Releases Her Tax Returns

On the same week State put out a batch of her emails, the Democratic front-runner released her tax filings since 2007.

Speed Up Efforts to Standardize Spending Data, Watchdog Tells Agencies

The administration is making progress on implementing the DATA Act, but needs to move faster, GAO says.

One Year After Scathing Report of Abuses, Patent Office Telecommuters Win Review Panel's Blessing

National Academy finds program to be mostly healthy, backs small improvements in controls against time-card abuse.