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"Over the six decades before I took office, only 20 presidential nominees to executive positions had to overcome filibusters," Obama said.

Senate Votes to Overrule Filibusters of Executive Branch Appointees

From now on, nominees can be approved by a simple, 51-vote majority.

How John Kerry Could End Up Outdoing Hillary Clinton

Critics say he's pompous and reckless—but his relentlessness may end up making him the most consequential secretary of state in years.

3 Things Leaders Can Still Learn from JFK

Choose to go to the moon...and do the other things.

How the Government is Innovating (And You Can Too)

Lessons from what the government is doing today to prepare for tomorrow.

Budget Officials: Across-the-Board Cuts Are the ‘Lazy’ Way Out

Survey respondents now prefer a more targeted approach.

How I Lead: Getting Others to Sing Along at HHS

A Q&A with James Egbert, Human Resources Specialists at HHS.

Postal Reform Encounters Another Major Setback

Committee again delays vote on overhaul bill.

Defense-VA Electronic Health Record Office and Director Quietly Disappear

The joint iEHR project was called off earlier this year.

NASA Launches MAVEN, a New Mission to Mars

Curiosity is about to get a new friend.

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