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What If the Oceans Were National Parks?

Ocean conservationists want to bring the same approach to the ocean that the century-old National Park Service brought to the land.

The Chemical Safety Board investigates accidents like the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.

Chemical Safety Board Down to Two Members, Still at Odds

Interim Chairman Engler pushes through new transparency rule.

Feds: App Secretly Hijacked Phones to Mine Digital Money

The "Prized" app drained batteries and burned through mobile data, according to regulators.

Homeland Security Undersecretary Rafael Borras testifies on Capitol Hill in March 2013.

Don’t Blame the Budget for Agencies’ Lack of Innovation

Rafael Borras talks modernization, performance management from his new post at A.T. Kearney.

Supreme Court Deals Huge Blow to Obama Green Agenda

In 5-4 decision, Court overturns rules on toxic emissions from power plants.

The Tarakhil Power Plant outside Kabul, Afghanistan.

USAID, Watchdog Clash on Success of $335 Million Afghan Power Plant

SIGAR questions agency’s consultation with Kabul on underused power source.

Sanders speaks Nashua Community College Saturday.

Bernie Sanders Is the Best Challenger Hillary Clinton Could've Hoped For

The Vermont senator could make the Democratic front-runner a better candidate in the short-term, and as the race goes on, Clinton’s campaign is confident it’ll be able to bring Sanders’ supporters into the fold.

The World’s Workforce Will Stop Growing by 2050

. Over the next 35 years, the labor force’s average growth rate is expected to be just 0.3%, and at the end of the period it almost disappears.