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Social Security Administration Asked to Improve Interagency Death List

GAO says risk of improper payments should be better spelled out.

A delegate smokes as he leaves a pre-opening session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing in March.

In Bid to Curb Smoking, China's Government Finds an Enemy -- Itself

Government employs state-sanctioned cigarette tasters, who smoke for a living.

Somali women and children from southern Mogadishu, line up to receive food at a camp in Mogadishu.

How USAID and Science Agencies Tap Data to Forecast Famine

Early warning network helps program leaders direct aid where it’s needed.

Yes, the Secretary of State Fist-Bumped Snoop Dog. Just Watch.

A meeting of the minds at a White House party.

Can Good Leadership Skills Be a Bad Thing?

Every strength becomes a weakness when overused, so find the right balance.

A New Suspect in Bee Deaths: The U.S. Government

Environmental groups blame U.S. authorities who continue to approve pesticides.

Former Budget Director Peter Orszag

Former Budget Chief, On Why It Can Be Tough to Work for Government

Peter Orszag says he has deep empathy for those who flee to the private sector.

The Price of Postage Is Going Up Again -- Temporarily

Cost of first-class stamps will rise 3 cents in late January to help recoup 2008-2011 losses.

How VA Is Using Big Data to Keep Patients Out of the Hospital

Doctors combine assessment tools and analytics to address high-risk cases early.

A Federal Holiday Poem

Our annual ode to federal employees.