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U.S. to push for new anthrax vaccine by 2017

The federal government has sought for years to develop a successor to BioThrax.

Auckland, New Zealand's largest city. Image via travellight/

Lessons on Reforming Government from New Zealand

New Zealand’s government reform efforts over the past quarter century have yielded both positive results as well as cautionary tales. Its proposed next steps, however, are worth examining.

U.S. superpower status projected for next 20 years

But quadrennial intelligence report cites economic, cyber threats.

Stop Using These 10 Buzzwords on Your Resume

LinkedIn has compiled 2012's most overused professional buzzwords.

The Case for Drinking as Much Coffee as You Like

If you like coffee, go ahead and drink as much as you want and can.

Apple CEO Talks Creativity, Innovation and Why People Trump Process

Tim Cook discusses his view that creativity and excellence are driven by individuals, not process.

Nov. 16, 2012, file photo, Obama and Boehner in the Roosevelt Room. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)

How Obama Can Prevent Another Debt-Ceiling Crisis

Some Democrats want the president to raise it by himself. But the 14th amendment offers him a much better strategy.

The Traits That Make RG III a Leader

Washington's quarterback has become a good leader quickly in his young career.

Administration seeks $60 billion in Hurricane Sandy relief funding

President Obama also orders creation of multi-agency rebuilding task force.

The first family joined all of the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony performers on stage to sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” SHFWire photo by Tanya Parker

Obama Lights National Christmas Tree in Festive, Musical Ceremony

About 17,000 guests huddled under blankets as the White House kicked off the holiday season with the 90th National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.