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A Star Trek parody video starring IRS employees was among the projects cited in the report.

IRS Conference Waste Includes Speaker Who Paints, Audit Finds

TIGTA details $4.1 million gathering that took place in 2010.

Remember Not to Work for Contractors While on Furlough, Army Says

Furlough guidance cautions against conflicts of interest.

Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel testifies on Capitol Hill.

Acting IRS Chief Begins Reforms, Says 'Solution is Not More Money'

House appropriators use scandal to question agency’s budget request, executive bonuses.

Tracy Bennett  watches a large plume of smoke rise from a wildfire Friday near Pecos, New Mexico.

Santa Fe Forest Fire Highlights Extreme Danger This Season

Drought and tinder-dry trees fuel 7,990 acre blaze in New Mexico.

Lady Gaga

The Lady Gaga Fix: How the U.S. Is Rethinking GDP for the 21st Century

The government will soon start counting creative endeavors like songwriting as well as research and development when it measures the economy. It's about time.

The Future of Getting Paid to Be Healthy

Pairing financial incentives and workplace wellness programs, employers can save money, and employees can make it.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew

Treasury Suspends Investments Into G Fund

The retirement plan will be made whole, Secretary Lew says.

A massive explosion at the West Fertilizer Co. killed as many as 15 people and injured more than 160 in April.

Despite Turf Fight, Chemical Board Continues Probe of Texas Explosion

Independent body complains ATF and state agencies denied its staff access.

How Did Work-Life Balance in the U.S. Get So Awful?

Among all advanced nations, we rank 28th -- barely better than Mexico.