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Congressional Budget Office Director Doug Elmendorf

CBO Chief on the Impossible Job of Gauging How Much Legislation Costs

Elmendorf explains discrepancies in Recovery Act estimates.

Twitter Needs to Deal With Misinformation. Here's How

The social network needs a better way to deal with errors and corrections.

Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai at the Presidential Palace in Kabul.

John Kerry's Surprise Tour Takes Him to Afghanistan to Smooth Things Over

Secretary of State Kerry made another unannounced visit to a country in the Middle East.

Snow Falls in Washington, but Agencies Remain Open

Despite snow, employees expected to report to work on time.

The 5 Best Management Tips of the Week

Why you need to stop hitting the snooze button and more in a round up of the best management tips from around the web.

“Unfortunately we are faced with a series of difficult choices that we have to make to reach the required cuts under sequestration," Ray LaHood said in a statement.

FAA Announces Closure of 149 Air Traffic Control Towers

Sequestration-related cuts questioned by controllers’ association.

Ask EIG: Are You a Leader With 'The Goods'?

The three things trustworthy government leaders have.

Don't Worry, Meat Will be Inspected Under Sequester

USDA avoids some furloughs, but secretary still demands a longer-term solution.

San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore

Air Force: Fantasy Football Could Help Boost Spirits in Uncertain Times

The project isn’t funded by taxpayers, spokeswoman stresses.

USPS Ranks Last Among Postal Services Worldwide, Report Finds

The U.S. agency is burdened by legacy costs and lack of innovation.