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It's been a very long journey for D.C.'s long-delayed streetcar project.

When Public Officials Announce They Won’t ‘Set Arbitrary Deadlines’ for Big Projects

After previous false promises, D.C. officials have decided not to provide any updated predictions for a long-delayed project's opening.

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen warns that budget cuts could force the agency to shut down for a couple of days.

Prospects for IRS Furloughs Will Depend on Filing Season Expenses

Commissioner Koskinen denies he is exaggerating agency budget woes.

It's getting a little toastier around these parts.

Agencies: 2014 Was the Hottest Year on Record

NOAA and NASA climate scientists say the measurements provide further evidence of global warming.

Top Obamacare Chief to Step down Next Month

Marilyn Tavenner remained publicly unflappable amid rollout glitches.

Seven Ways to Play a Bigger Game This Year

Now is a great time to think about how you can play the kind of game that really changes things and makes a big difference.

Four Reasons Why Romney Is a 2016 Long-Shot

The 2012 nominee's biography, baggage, and recent history seem a toxic cocktail for another run.

White House to Disclose New Changes to NSA Spying

The intelligence community will release more information about post-Snowden changes to its surveillance programs by the end of the month.

When Disability Is in the Eye of the Beholder

The diary of a teacher who learns an inspirational lesson.