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White House: Climate Change Threatens More Americans Than Terrorism

The administration is doubling down on decisions to prioritize climate action.

'Rude' Postal Employees Could Cost USPS $300 Million This Year

USPS management calls IG's findings "irrelevant."

What Would Happen If You Let Go?

Letting go usually involves overcoming fear.

The Chemical Safety Board helped investigate the April 2013 explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas.

From Bad To Worse at Scandal-Ridden Safety Agency

White House is reviewing EPA IG report on Chemical Safety Board.

Uncle Sam and the Illusion of Privacy Online

The U.S. government doubled its requests for Twitter user information in late 2014 compared with the year before. Most of the time, the publishing platform gave officials what they wanted.

Three Tips for Building a Data-Based Strategy

How to justify the investments and decisions you are making.

Greece isn't the only nation that will not pay back its debt.

Let’s Admit It: Governments Never Really Pay Off Their Debts

There are a lot of hypocrisy on this issue, and it isn't only Greece.

GAO: Mission-Critical Gaps in Skills Among Federal Workers is a 'High Risk'

The government lacks personnel and/or competency in jobs like cybersecurity, human resources and contracting, watchdog says.

In Vox Interview, Obama Sets Limits on What a President Can Accomplish

From Iraq to political polarization, President Obama is more of a realist than candidate Obama was.