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Hillary Clinton is tired of the 'having it all' debate

The Secretary of State says she tries to enable women to do high stress jobs while caring for children.

'An Operational Puzzle:' Preventing Future Plane Crashes

James Cash has spent nearly three decades working to solve, and prevent, plane crashes.

Postal Service hits borrowing limit

Agency can only borrow $15 billion at a time.

Tagg Romney campaigns for his father in Maine.

Tagg Romney: I wanted to 'take a swing' at Obama during debate

GOP candidate's eldest son says his father has been painted as 'someone he's not.'

Video: Americans sum up presidential debate before it happens

Los Angelenos asked who won 'last night's debate' -- four hours before actual event.

Capitol poses serious obstacles for people with disabilities

The sidewalks of the Capitol complex alone challenge disabled visitors.

What is Innovation in Government?

New methods show innovation comes from the top-down and the bottom-up.

Making data-based decisions part of agency culture

Federal leaders must build analytics into their organizations, report says.

Thousands of Defense civilians might have to repay housing allowances

Department’s mistake could affect up to 2,000 employees in Europe.

Public would accept tax hikes in debt deal

Just over half of poll respondents said they think that tax rates for families with incomes above $250,000 should increase in January