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Expected Defense secretary nominee has reputation for going rogue

Former Republican senator Chuck Hagel may face a tough confirmation battle.

IRS appears ready for most fiscal cliff changes to tax law

Agency’s pleas for clarity on alternative minimum tax were answered.

Thankless job awaits Jack Lew if he heads to Treasury

New chief must deal with a series of mini-cliffs, in a highly partisan environment.

The Bigger the Data, the Larger the Deception

Some forecasts are surprisingly accurate while others are shockingly dismal.

January 20, 2009: A crowd of warmly dressed onlookers attends the 2009 inauguration of President Barack Obama.

The Second Term

Presidential encores have a reputation for being rocky. But there have been exceptions—and Obama’s new term could be one of them.

A CBP vehicle patrols the border in Arizona in 2010.

Corruption persists at Customs and Border Protection

Less than 1 percent of workforce is involved, but agency says it has zero-tolerance policy.

Do You Have a Brag Partner?

If sometimes you need to acknowledge your victories and give yourself a little pat on the back, get yourself a brag partner.

Understanding How We Understand

We’re constantly recalibrating how we view our world, and our work.

Treasury jobs relocation on hold

Plan to move 450 feds from Maryland to West Virginia postponed until 2019.

Pipe bomb attack on Treasury IG’s home under investigation

No link found to work at the department, official says.