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U.S. Army Europe's commander Lt. Gen. Frederick Hodges, United States Ambassador to Hungary Colleen Bell and Hungarian Defense Minister Csaba Hende as they give a press conference in Hungary in February.

How to Become an Ambassador Without Really Trying

In the U.S. Foreign Service, who you know is worth more than how many languages you can speak.

The U.S. Is Not Ready for A Melting Arctic

Emergency response, navigation and charting has not kept pace with the rapidly-changing polar region.

Is the Obama Administration Playing Hardball on Health Care?

The current debate in Florida over Medicaid funding could be a sign of things to come.

A Secret Service officer stands guard in October.

Secret Service Officers Crashed Into a White House Barricade Last Week

The agents were reportedly driving drunk from a retirement party for an outgoing agency spokesman.

How Not to Be a Rotten Co-Worker

Self-serving colleagues can spoil work on many levels. Don't be one of them.

IRS Reaches Out to Taxpayers Who Left $1 Billion on the Table

The window for 1.1 million individuals eligible for 2011 refunds closes April 15.

What Do Data Analytics Have to Do With the Way You Play the Game?

The answer might surprise federal program managers.

VA Review Finds Culture of Fear Among Staff in ‘Candy Land’

Initial findings of investigation show Wisconsin facility overprescribed pain pills to vets.

Justice Department Isn't Tracking All Sex Offenders in Witness Protection

Inspector general raises ‘significant concerns’ about public safety risks.