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How to Write a Cover Letter, According to Leonardo da Vinci

When a 30-something Leonardo da Vinci sought work in the court of the duke of Milan in the 1480s, he wrote a short, bulleted list of ten skills that would have been sure to catch the eye of any Renaissance-era ruler.

Where Will the Next U.S. Earthquake Hit?

USGS maps offer cross-agency team new insights into the nation's seismic risks.

The border fence stretches across Arizona's southern end.

Congress Fiddles While Border Crisis Grows

Chances of a swift solution to the flood of unaccompanied children across the border seem remote.

House Tries to Bait OMB Into Submitting Annual Budget Proposal Faster

Lawmakers vote to withhold most of OMB’s funding until it submits fiscal 2016 plan.

Why Government Fails So Often

Analyzing programs that falter in an effort to lay the groundwork for success.

Can Creativity Be Learned?

Prevailing theories on creativity focus on methodology, or amount of practice. But new studies suggest artistic talent may be more hard-wired than we thought.

Don't Expect the VA to Improve Overnight

The acting secretary says the agency can turn the corner in two years, but it will need a lot more money.

UPDATED: One Chart Tracking the Many Ways Congress Wants to Fix VA

Conference committee is still ironing out reforms, but momentum may be slowing.