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This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, shows superstorm Sandy slowly moving westward.

GAO’s High-Risk List Tackles Climate Change

IRS modernization and interagency contracting fall off the list.

Sarah's dog Coby.

Making Anything Possible: My Dog, Journaling and the Gift of Perspective

How journaling allows me to create good from bad and make anything possible.

 Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., are among those who assembled the package.

Senate Democrats Offer New Deal to Prevent Sequester

The $110 billion package includes so-called Buffett Rule tax on wealthy Americans.

Jack Lew, President Barack Obama's choice to be treasury secretary, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Why It's A Good Sign For Jacob Lew His Hearing Was So Bland

Treasury nominee's relatively low-key experience drew a sharp contrast to that of Chuck Hagel, Obama’s Defense pick.

Obama visited with workers at Linamar Corporation in Arden, N.C., Wednesday.

Obama Hits the Road to Spread State of the Union Message

President demands Congress act quickly on programs he outlined.

Postal Reform Nears End Zone, Lawmakers Say

Saturday mail delivery remains a sticking point.

Analysis: Striking a New Deal for Defense

Money can no longer substitute for political will and agile planning.

Sequestration Could Mean 14-Day Furloughs, RIFs at Homeland Security

DHS chief spells out negative consequences for the department’s mission, projects and employees.

Is Lying Bad for Us?

There are mental and physical consequences, but we should strive to live more truthfully, regardless, to best understand reality.

And Now Let Us Praise, and Consider the Absurd Luck of, Famous Men

A lesson about the success of Great Men from Intel co-founder Bob Noyce's life story.