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Obama Administration Announces New Rules on NSA Spying

A new report from the intelligence community outlines post-Snowden changes to how the government spies on Americans and foreigners.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., has introduced legislation that would require senior executives at VA to be reassigned every five years.

Senior Executive Service Is Meant to Be Mobile, Lawmaker Says

Republican defends bill to reassign top career VA employees to new posts every five years.

DHS Spending Bill Stalls in the Senate As Deadline for a Partial Shutdown Draws Closer

Mitch McConnell now faces the same problem with his party’s right flank as Boehner does in the House.

Exactly How Much Sleep Is 'Enough'?

New recommendations from the National Sleep Foundation

"We have a lot of momentum as an organization today,  despite our financial challenges,” Postmaster General Megan Brennan wrote in a message to employees.

As New Postal Leader Takes Charge, Obama Calls for Major USPS Reforms

Swearing in of postmaster general coincides with Obama's latest plan for an overhaul.

Is Strategic Foresight an Ethical Imperative?

Leaders should consider the implications current decisions will have tomorrow.

The Pope is the Obama Administration's Latest Ally on Climate

EPA administrator highlights "moral issue" in Vatican meetings.

Air Force One taxis on the runway at Don Muang International Airport in 2012.

Air Force One-Point-Three

After a quarter-century of service, the aging presidential airplanes are being replaced by a pair of state-of-the-art Boeing 747-8s.

President Obama delivers remarks at the Department of Homeland Security on his FY2016 budget proposal Feb. 2.

Obama's Budget Offers 'Smart' Spending Cuts to Pay for Management Initiatives, End to Sequestration

Cuts will free up funds for customer service improvements and cross-agency management goals.

John Trumbull's painting, Declaration of Independence, depicts a bunch of men arguing in the 18th century.

Why Women Are Wired for Governance

Women are better at listening to political opponents, less susceptible to partisan blindness, a study finds.