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7 Ways to Succeed at Something You Know Nothing About

If you’re thinking about it and dreaming about it, take the leap.

Presidential Speeches Were Once College-Level Rhetoric—Now They're for Sixth-Graders

Are the presidents dumbing down? Or are their speechwriters smartening up?

Join a Gym or Get Your Hair Done, Sometimes on Uncle Sam’s Plastic

House Members seek improved enforcement of Government Charge Card Abuse Act.

Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, believes the agency would have had an Ebola vaccine by now if its research budget had not been cut.

Are NIH Budget Cuts Really to Blame for the Spread of Ebola?

Funding for the research agency has remained fairly steady over the last 10 years.

Are You Driving Yourself Insane?

The choice that saved a cab driver's life.

Defense Civilians Are Losing Faith in Senior Management

Employees view their immediate supervisors much more positively, latest survey shows.

Why the White House Won't Admit Obama Is a Drag for Democrats

The president enjoys campaigning, but he's not welcome in many close races this year. He's in a similar predicament to President Bush in 2006, when Republicans lost control of Congress.

Why Isn’t Performance Information Being Used?

Peeling back the layers of organizational culture.

Lew Jacob, left, with George Osborne Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, as they take part in the group photo for the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors in 2013.

How Governments Use War Games to Prevent Future Catastrophes

Treasury secretary Jack Lew, his British counterpart George Osborne and the heads of both central banks will take part in a simulation Monday.