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Former NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko

Besieged Regulator Appointed to Nuclear-Weapons Panel

Gregory Jaczko resigned from the NRC amid allegations he was a bully.

Mike McCord, principle deputy Defense comptroller

Pentagon Now a `Sideshow’ in Sequester Debate, Defense Official Says

Industrial base is a secondary concern, McCord tells contractors.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

'High Probability' of Furloughs Signaled for Two USDA Agencies

FSA, Rural Development employees face as many as 10 unpaid days off, Agriculture secretary says.

How Donald Duck Made You Pay Your Taxes

The amazing story of how Disney's favorite character inspired a nation to pay up.

24 Current and Former IRS Employees Charged With Stealing Government Benefits

Accused allegedly took nearly $250,000 in unemployment, food stamp and other benefits.

Why Following Your Passion is Dumb (and Other Career Advice)

The best career advice you’ll never hear in a graduation speech.

Johnny Kelley crosses the finish line of his 60th Boston Marathon in this April 16, 1991 file photo.Kelley, a former three time Olympian, died Oct. 6, 2004, aged 97.

A Boston Marathon Memory and Hope

What getting beat by a 79-year-old in the Boston Marathon teaches you.

Sequester Will Crimp Census Bureau, Says Advocacy Group

Cuts will lead to a less informed government and costlier decennial count, study warns.

Air Force Announces Civilian Reduction in Force

Move not related to sequestration; service hopes to realign employees, not let them go.