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The Many Trials Ahead for Ashton Carter at the Pentagon

The next defense secretary will inherit "no shortage of challenges to our national security," President Obama said in his nomination.

Treasury Watchdog Rewrites Letter on FOIA’d Tax Documents

IG attorney backs off statement suggesting unauthorized White House access.

Will Immigration Launch Repeat's Mistakes?

The rollout of the Obamacare site was a disaster. The White House wants to make sure that doesn't happen again.

Beth McGrath was the Pentagon's first deputy chief management officer.

Who Will Be the Next 'Mayor of the Pentagon'?

Under Beth McGrath, business transformation moved from oversight to transparency.

The Final Goal of the 113th Congress: Keep the Government Open

Members will race to finish omnibus, defense bill, and key nominations before adjournment.

Obama Gives Feds Extra Day Off at Christmas

Government will be closed on Dec. 26.

Treasury Watchdog Asserts Authority Over FOIA’d Tax Documents

Conservative legal group claims White House reviewed confidential returns.

If DHS Shutdown Comes, Most Employees Would Still Report to Work

Republicans continue the push to ‘defund’ Obama’s immigration action, but their options are limited.

The Incredible Shrinking Incomes of Young Americans

You can't explain millennial economic behavior without explaining that wages have collapsed.