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President Barack Obama greets Gov. Dannel Malloy during his arrival at the start of an interfaith vigil for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012 at Newtown High School in Newtown, Conn.

Analysis: Newtown Rampage Proves a Turning Point for Obama

No mention of guns, but the president turns a memorial service into a call to action.

Is Chuck Hagel a pacifist?

The former GOP senator, a possible Obama nominee to run the Pentagon, is haunted by Vietnam.

NASA Goes Gangnam Style in Two Awesome (and Super Cheesy) Music Videos

Is this why NASA is the best place to work in the federal government?

The Five WORST Places to Work in Government

Agencies on this list ranked lowest in employee satisfaction.

Why Taking Breaks Will Help You Get More Work Done

The latest thinking in the science of productivity, animated

As 3D printed products develop, they will become every bit as essential to the economy as the app market is now.

Bigger Than Apps: Our 3D Printed Future

How the next stage of 3D Printing will create a new market space, how governments can benefit, and what they need to do now to spur its growth.

Obama wiped away tears before he spoke Friday.

Obama calls for 'meaningful action' despite politics after shooting

President says the U.S. has "endured too many of these tragedies in the past few years."

Michèle Flournoy is the former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.

How the main candidates for Defense chief differ

Chuck Hagel and Michelle Flournoy, both haunted by the ghosts of Vietnam, represent a stark choice for Obama.

Analysis: Stopping gun violence starts with Obama

Amid one shooting after another, the only way to guarantee a gun-control debate is if the president starts one.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

Bill to curb improper payments likely headed to president’s desk

Sen. Carper’s follow-up to 2010 law clears House.