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5 Years In, 5 Busted Predictions About Obamacare

The health care law is defying Democrats’ dreams and Republicans’ warnings.

Obama Meets With Senior Execs to Encourage ‘Bold and Aggressive’ Reforms

Advisory group is working to make public service cool again.

Sens. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., (left) and Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., want to "abolish" the agency.

Is Commerce’s Technical Information Service a Dinosaur in the Internet Age?

Senators reintroduce plan to kill the department’s purveyor of technical documents.

"Remember, you doctors, you nurses, you health care providers," that "years ago, an insurance company could deny health coverage for a woman victim of violence because it was a preexisting condition," Biden said.

Biden: House GOP Budget Would Eliminate Programs for Female Victims of Violence

The vice president spoke at a national conference on the relationship between domestic violence and health care in Washington.

Obama Administration Unveils Controversial Fracking Standards

GOP senators waste no time introducing bill to block the rules.

On the Use of Memes in Government Communication

Don't rely on cat pictures, and humor can be tricky.

Justice, HHS Recover $3.3 Billion from Medicare Fraudsters

IG report hints sequestration might have prevented recapturing even more.

How Old Is the Senior Executive Service?

Four percent of the government’s top leaders are under the age of 40, according to the latest data.

When Fatigue Boosts Creativity

Most of the time, we do better on tasks when we're most awake. But some problems require a mind that's just a bit tired—or otherwise impaired.