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America Will Miss Obama When He's Gone

Obama may be a polarizing figure right now, but he'll be immensely popular once he leaves office.

Report: Obstacles for Women in Local Government Leadership Remain After 30 Years

ELGL co-founder: “I want elected officials to worry about this topic as much as I do. I want a nationwide conversation with anyone who works in local government.”

People walk at the pedestrian crossing at San Ysidro Port of Entry.

Conservative Agenda Push Begins With Immigration

The right's wish list includes confrontations with Obama on border policies, health care.

Joni Ernst Is Delivering the GOP Response to the State of the Union

This is the second year in a row that Republicans have picked a woman to give their rebuttal.

SEC Chair Mary Jo White

SEC Chair's Conflict of Interest Waiver Draws Scrutiny

Nonprofit POGO says Ethics Office’s decision perpetuates “revolving door.”

Empowering a New Wave of Government Innovation

Lessons from the digital age of community, creativity and collaboration.

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini.

GSA Chief Tangherlini to Step Down in February

Agenda included stabilizing agency rocked by conference spending scandal.

Climate Change May Cost Much More Than The Federal Government Says

Rising global temperatures will burn a hole in American pockets.

Volunteers wear buttons at a Connecticut clinic in 2013.

Where The Affordable Care Act Is Still Struggling

Some states haven’t recovered from low enrollment in the law’s first year.

Workers rally in New York in September.

Should Cities Have a Different Minimum Wage Than Their State?

Debates over wage-requirements are common at the federal and state level, but now more municipalities are joining the conversation in an attempt to address variations in the cost of living.