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Declining Satisfaction With Government in 5 Charts

Whether seeking information, applying for benefits or making payments, interacting with feds is increasingly difficult.

Google’s Lessons for Federal Workforce Management

Granting employees the freedom to implement is a central theme.

Hillary Clinton Is Learning All the Wrong Lessons From Obama

She’s relying on the president’s advisers and old campaign strategy to win her the presidency. But what Clinton really needs is a fresh message and the fight of an underdog.

Cuba's Ministry of the Interior building features an iron mural of Che Guevara.

White House Backs Removing Cuba From State Sponsors of Terrorism List

The White House announced that the president submitted a report to Congress that would remove Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List.

Program Duplication Report: Should Scientists Analyze Toy Guns?

GAO's fifth installment urges Congress to intervene, cites 12 new areas of overlap.

Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., said he is "dismayed" at the ongoing retaliatory culture against VA employees who speak out.

VA's Handling of Whistleblowers Continues to Irk Lawmakers

Doctor reassigned to storage closet despite agency’s new cooperation with Special Counsel.

Technology and Government’s Distributed Future

Connected devices are changing the way we do business, but our thinking will need to catch up to our tools.

Women Senior Execs Dominate at HHS

Female SESers make up 53 percent of the top leadership corps at the department, and 34 percent governmentwide.

Post's "choice of words had the effect of attempting to prevent some [A-10 backers] from lawfully communicating with Congress," the IG found.

Air Force Removes General Who Accused Pilot Lobbyists of Treason

James Post apologizes for asserting that A-10 backers shouldn't speak out.

How the World Mourned Lincoln in 1865

The president's assassination 150 years ago sparked outpourings of grief across the globe.