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Justice Department Will Work Around the Supreme Court's Voting Rights Act Ruling

Attorney General Eric Holder revealed that he is planning a series of measures that will challenge the state's autonomy when it comes to setting its own voting laws.

A U.S. Park Police officer stands guard next to the statue of Abraham Lincoln after it had been vandalized.

Someone Threw Paint on the Lincoln Memorial

The incident occurred early Friday morning.

Want to Add 1 Million Jobs to the Economy? Cancel the Sequester Next Fiscal Year

Repealing the cuts could boost near-term output and employment.

What Detroit's Demise Says About America

Detroit native calls Motown's economic and social ills a warning for the nation.

Let Them Think Out Loud

In support of sounding boards.

5 Practical Ways to Develop Your Own Career

With budgets tight, here's how to take control of your career.

Congress Sets a New Record for Being Hated

In a new poll, more than 80 percent of respondents disapprove of Congress.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Dave Camp

IRS Officials’ Paid Leave and Bonuses Questioned

Political targeting dispute keeps spotlight on Exempt Organizations managers.

Sequestration Got You Down? Embrace It, Says Defense Leader

Defense’s Deputy Chief Management Officer talks living into the fiscal environment’s opportunities.