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Al Gore to Headline Excellence in Government in May

The former Vice President returns to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Reinventing Government movement.

Next up for Agencies: Bargaining Over Furloughs

Most feds expect they will have trouble making ends meet if furloughed due to sequester, union says.

Fog envelopes the White House in December.

White House Regulatory Office Too Quiet About Its Activities, Study Finds

Absent records leave OIRA vulnerable to charges it bows to industry pressure, group says.

Army Squandering Millions on Unreturned Clothing, Equipment

Civilians and contractors cost government at least $20 million over the last six years, report finds.

John Kerry Proudly Defends America's 'Right to Be Stupid'

Brand-new Secretary of State John Kerry told an audience in Germany Americans have the "right to be stupid."

Video: Steve Jobs and the Secret to a Great Presentation

A look at all of Steve Jobs' "one more thing" moments.

Visitors view Half Dome from Glacier Point at Yosemite National Park, Calif.

Thousands of Interior Dept. Furloughs Could Hit Tourism, Broader Economy

National Parks spur $30 billion in economic activity, Secretary Salazar argues.

Some Republicans Come Out in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

At least 75 prominent Republicans have come out in favor of same sex marriage.

Contractors Protest Continuing Bad News on Sequestration

‘Time is up,’ says Professional Services Council, as Pentagon slows payments.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer Is Wrong: Working From Home Can Make You More Productive

The statistical evidence on telecommuting suggests that (1) sometimes people just like to work from home for a change, and (2) they're actually quite good at it