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Clinton's Benghazi testimony will be her last act as Secretary of State

Before Hillary Clinton ends her tenure at the State Department she'll deal with one final piece of unfinished business.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gets ready to testify Wednesday on Capitol Hill.

Analysis: Why Benghazi hasn't brought down Hillary Clinton – and won't

After years of taking hits, she has become bulletproof.

Democratic senators pass torch to EPA on climate change

'There doesn't have to be a bill,' Sen. Boxer says. 'EPA has the authority...'

Inflation Hawks Rage Against Their Own Hallucinations

Inflation is not nearly as big an issue as some would have you believe.

Enhanced use leasing of federal property works well for some agencies

Leasing method can save money, if costs are properly reported, GAO finds.

Obama’s Inaugural Address: 5 Quotes History Will Remember

As Obama’s 18 minute speech searches for a place in history, these are the five lines most likely to be remembered.

OPM tells sick feds to stay home, and telework

Berry also emphasizes the importance of vaccines.

NIH Advances the Push for Extreme Personalized Medicine

NIH funding has produced promising new tools for repairing errors in the human genome.

5 Ways Government Must Change To Be More Agile

The demands for a nimble government are more urgent than ever--here's a model for how to do it.