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Congress Cut Its Own Budget. What Happened Next Will Not Restore Your Faith in Government.

When you cut their budgets and take away their health insurance, many Capitol Hill employees will look to the exits, and that's bad news for anyone who wants to fix Congress.

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates

Gates Goes All In on Biden Criticisms: ‘Frankly, I Believe It’

In a new interview with NPR, the former Defense secretary hedges his admonitions of President Obama and Hillary Clinton, and attacks the media for getting it all wrong.

Get Enough Sleep. Your Brain Will Thank You.

Averaging less than 7 to 9 hours of shut-eye affects your work, and can lead to disease.

Obama to Unveil NSA Changes Next Week

The Jan. 17 speech will come in the wake of a December report calling for sweeping changes to the government's surveillance practices.

Congress to Pass Three-Day Spending Bill To Avoid Shutdown

Short-term stopgap measure will give lawmakers time to hammer out larger deal, chief negotiators say.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

Chris Christie: 'I Am Not a Bully.' Not His Call to Make

If you have to declare you're not, you probably are.

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla.

Looking For Bipartisanship? Try the Crusade Against Government Waste

Members of both parties pledge to work together to rein in wasteful spending.

Federal Government Sheds Almost 80,000 Jobs in 2013

Agencies end the year with a net loss of 2,000 jobs in December.

3 Ways to Make Your Resume Better

The resume is not dead, and yours can top any social media profile

Analysis: Why Edward Snowden is Not a Whistleblower

Snowden has shone a light on the extent to which technology has outstripped our laws and the Patriot Act may have exceeded its usefulness.

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