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Library of Congress Will Preserve The Big Lebowski as a Historical Piece of American Culture

The National Film Preservation Board selected the Coen brothers’ film for preservation.

Budget-Crunched IRS Revamps Exempt Organizations Division

Unit that birthed targeting controversy speeds up applications processing.

How to Avoid the Disaster of Leadership Vertigo

It's when your brain tells you one thing and the facts tell you another.

FEMA trailers used to house victims of past disasters.

FEMA Spent Billions on Disaster Assistance Overhead During the Last Decade

The agency allocated nearly $13 billion for expenses related to compensation, travel and supplies for disaster relief personnel from fiscal years 2004 to 2013.

The Most Intelligent Groups Aren’t Just a Bunch of Smart People

It turns out that you can measure and predict group intelligence, and that the same factors affect both face-to-face and online groups.

The Health Benefits of Going Outside

Ecotherapy can help mental and physical health.

Slashing IRS Budget Carries a Heavy Price

Cutting the agency's funding will result in a serious drop in revenue due to fewer audits and less oversight—which will worsen our federal budget deficits.

Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., will take over the gavel.

Immigration Hawk Won't Lead the Senate Budget Committee

The panel's current top Republican will step aside in January to make way for a more mild-mannered leader.

5 Tips to Boost Your Employee Survey Ranking

Government isn’t just doomed to have low morale, so fix it.

Afghan girls gather to hear a speech by President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, who has pledged to improve representation of women in Afghanistan's government.

It's Hard to Tell Whether U.S. Spending to Elevate Women in Afghanistan Is Working

Defense, State and USAID are unable to link their efforts to gains by women, watchdog finds.