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Poll: Too Much Government Power Is Scarier Than Too Little

Only 21% of respondents said not enough government power is a greater danger.

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George

How the IRS Made All Kinds of Groups' Lives Miserable

Congressional Democrats charge that the IRS acted inappropriately in reporting how it acted inappropriately.

Happy Reopening, Statue of Liberty!

Americans have been making a big deal out of you since 1885.

Analysis: The Real Problem With Hillary's Age

It's not her, it's her potential consultants and advisers.

The Economic Cost of Hangovers

Excessive boozing costs the economy about $1.37 for each drink in lost productivity. Happy holiday weekend.

Obama's Crisis of Competence

The White House seems more comfortable stage-managing the news than dealing with the uncomfortable crises that inevitably crop up.

A screen in Hong Kong shows an interview with NSA leaker Edward Snowden.

Good News for the NSA: There Are 42% Fewer New Secrets for Future Edward Snowdens to Leak

Washington’s system of classifying national security information is badly broken.

Analysis: The Secret to Cutting Government Waste -- Savings by a Thousand Cuts

Turn out the light in the soda machine. Fix the salt-spreader on the snow plow. The best way to save is to ask public employees for their ideas.

Here’s the Four-Step Plan to Find Your Strengths — And Your Life’s Calling

Before you can leverage your strengths, you need to figure out what they are.

How to Get Better at Email: What Science Tells Us

Academic research has some tools for communicating more effectively.