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Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Republican Accuses White House of Possible Hatch Act Violations

Obama’s reopening of political office to prepare for mid-term elections is criticized by House oversight panel chairman.

Xavier's Dee Davis shoots against North Carolina State's Beejay Anya in the first round of the NCAA tournament Tuesday.

Feds: Put That NCAA Bracket Away and Get Back to Work

Federal employees could jeopardize their careers by participating in March Madness.

The Satisfied Unsubsidized: Obamacare’s Hidden Winners

For some veterans of the individual market who don't qualify for tax credits, the post-ACA insurance landscape looks good.

Excuses, Excuses—6 Ways to Keep Them From Holding You Back

Stop playing the blame game so you can reach your goals.

Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., on Tuesday issued a statement saying, “In the past, the IRS has released personal taxpayer information to the public, and has not been able to effectively prevent and detect identity theft. "

Panel to Probe IRS Employee Who Took Data Home

Agency says six-year-old security breach did not risk identity theft and wouldn’t happen today.

Indian Buddhist monks at the Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya.

Forget Brain Workouts—Chanting Mantras Takes Half the Time and Is More Effective

The latest studies show is that online brain training lets you become better—at brain games.

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe

USPS Slashing 10,000 Jobs in 2015

Agency looks to scale back its workforce to 400,000 employees in the coming years.

Why Girls Get Called Bossy, and How to Avoid It

Leaders must earn admiration before they assert their authority.

Group Wants White House to Release Documents on Ambassadorial Nominees

Association had threatened lawsuit against State Department in dispute over qualifications of those serving in high-level jobs overseas.

Michelle Obama speaks to students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va.,  in February, during a workshop to help students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Inside the Boring but Crucial Federal Form That Gets Kids to College

The Obama administration has streamlined the financial aid application, but some students need more than a better website.

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