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Feds Dismiss Google's Fears Over FBI’s Hacking Power

Google’s claim that the expansion of search warrant authority is a “monumental” constitutional threat is grounded in inaccuracies, the Justice Department said.

"I'm not interested in delay merely for the sake of delay," Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said.

Senate Conservatives Concede, Won't Delay DHS Bill

Passage of a "clean" measure expected before Friday deadline, though House prospects remain uncertain.

Even the Best Cover Letter Isn’t As Good As a Two Minute Conversation

It's harder to ignore the phone than written correspondence.

Infographic: Telework Savings Across the Country

The less you commute, the more money you can save.

 Loretta Lynch closes her eyes as she finishes being sworn in to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee in January.

Loretta Lynch's Nomination to Succeed Eric Holder Passes Its First Test

Lynch's nomination will go to the full Senate floor after passing out of committee 12-8.

The Five Paradoxes of Continuous Improvement

Common approaches to innovation can actually kill creativity.

Washington Agencies Open on Two-Hour Delay

Snow falls during morning rush hour.

DHS chief Jeh Johnson said employees are "entitled to know what is going to happen next week."

DHS Has Begun Notifying Employees of Their Furlough Status

Congress is working on a deal to avoid a DHS shutdown, but the department says it must prepare for the worst.

Attention, CIOs: Start Planning for FITARA Now

The Office of Management and Budget is still writing guidelines to more fully flesh out federal IT reform legislation.

Parks and Recreation on ‘Sexy’ Public Service

A sitcom goes where no politician dares.