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The Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse in Cleveland, Ohio, is one of hundreds of federal buildings that received funding under the 2009 Recovery Act.

GSA Credits Recovery Act for Energy-Efficient Buildings

Fifty-nine federal facilities averaged a 5.5 percent drop in energy use last winter, one of the harshest in years.

Where Age Equals Happiness

In the U.S., well-being tends to be highest in a person's earliest and latest years. But elsewhere, new research shows, quality of life follows a very different pattern.

Actually, the Elections Were About Making Government Work

But can Republicans deliver on that promise?

5 Questions for Leaders Who Would Rather Be Effective Than Right

Quit explaining and start listening to the people you work with.

Obama: The Oil-and-Gas Boom Is Awesome. But Stop Bugging Me About Keystone.

The president called the pipeline "one small aspect" of the energy picture.

Don't Choke

What we value affects how we perform under pressure.

Is a More Powerful Consumer Bureau Watchdog Worth the Price?

CBO estimates bill for independent IG would add to deficits.

Obama on the Midterms: 'Obviously Republicans Had a Good Night'

The president delivered remarks Wednesday afternoon.

What A Republican Senate Means For Obamacare—and What It Doesn’t

The new Republican majority will likely be able to score some policy changes and force difficult votes as 2016 approaches.

Managing the Skills Crisis

Technology is dividing people into two groups: winners who are proficient in technology and losers who are replaced by it.