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How to Get Over Not Letting Go

The cost of owning too much stuff is opportunity cost.

Federal program reviews are superficial, Hill and agency veterans say

Data-based decision-making is poorly executed in government, report finds.

Union elects new president

Former VA nurse will lead American Federation of Government Employees.

Sequestration could hit Washington area with recession, economist warns

But some disagree job losses would slice thousands off area’s federal and contractor payrolls.

HHS rolls out prescription drug partnership with major retailers

Sebelius contrasts free preventive benefits for seniors with GOP Medicare proposals.

Maine's Acadia National Park was the first National Park created east of the Mississippi River.

Photo Gallery: Parks and Recreation

National parks remain a big draw for tourists.

Mitt Romney introduced Paul Ryan as his running mate Saturday.

Romney’s proposed budget cuts could be more severe than Ryan’s

Presidential candidate has said he will run on his own plan.

Giuliani questions Biden’s 'mental capacity' to be president

The vice president 'just isn't bright,' former New York City mayor claims.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., released "Path to Prosperity" budget recommendations in 2011.

Is Ryan really a fiscal hawk?

He's voted to cut, but also to spend lavishly.

Are Americans ready for a real debate on the size of government?

As the chairman of the House Budget Committee, Paul Ryan passed two controversial budgets.