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Why Obama’s White House Is Not Like An Episode of 'The West Wing'

Real-life Washington is not like the television show The West Wing, no matter how much people wish.

On Schoolhouse Rock’s 40th Anniversary, A Canadian Reflects

Regardless of your country of origin, all these years later, Schoolhouse Rock still endures.

Letter carriers win raise, will pay more for health benefits

Arbitrators strike deal between USPS and union after negotiations stalled.

House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis.

Fiscal 2014 budget delayed, OMB confirms, citing uncertainty

House Budget Chairman Ryan mocks Obama for past tardiness.

Infographic: The Secret to Better Sleep

A look at how you can get the rest you need in 2013.

Analysis: Next fiscal fight shifts focus to spending cuts

Now that the tax battle is over, Democrats will be in the hot seat.

Photo: Inaugural Practice Parade

Marching bands and the motorcade got in a test run ahead of Monday's inauguration.

Never Be Late Again With The 'On Time is Late' Principle

Taking time to plan your day, and focusing on arriving early, will help take the stress out of your day.

In a memo to all agency heads, OMB's Jeffrey Zeints reviewed the array of unpleasant steps.

OMB: Consider hiring freeze, dropping temps

New guidance asks federal managers to ‘intensify’ contingency plans for sequestration.

President Barack Obama and former White House chief of staff Jack Lew

Obama's chief of staff will be the most important appointment of his term

For many practical purposes, it is the White House operations boss -- and not the vice president -- who serves as the nation's deputy president.