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Carissa Pastuch and Charles Mink, who married after serving in Iraq, stand in front of Mount Nebo in Jordan in June 2012. They met during interrogation school in Arizona and worked at the same base in Iraq during the war.

Married Army Interrogators, Iraqi Teenager Reflect on 10th Anniversary of Iraq War

An Army couple and teenager from Baghdad share memories of the defining event of their lives.

Bruce Wolff, 14, of Canton, Ohio, kneels for a closer look at items left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall. More than 400,000 items have been left since the wall opened in 1982.

Hidden From View, Offerings at Vietnam Memorial Reveal Nation’s Loss

Nearly 38 years after the war's end, the nation continues to visibly mourn those lost in Vietnam.

3 Ways Government Can Use Citizens to Deliver Services

Co-delivery offers a powerful opportunity to every department and agency.

Senator Tells Feds to Keep Fighting for a Better 2014

Ben Cardin says there is ‘growing consensus’ on replacing sequestration after 2013.

Left - Healthy neuron with alpha-synuclein (green) protein. Red dots are trash lysosomes with alpha-synuclein entering, hence an orange hue. Right - Sick neuron from LRRK2 brain. Lysosomes are enlarged as the alpha-synuclein is unable to enter the trash.

NIH Gains New Insight Into Cause of Parkinson’s Disease

NIH-funded research may have discovered a key cause of the disease.

Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md.

House Democratic Budget Proposal Replaces Sequester

Van Hollen: Sequester is likely with us for now, but we’ll keep trying to get rid of it.

President Barack Obama talks with his nominee for Labor Secretary, Thomas E. Perez, during an announcement, Monday, March 18, 2013.

Labor Nominee Draws Union Praise, GOP Wariness

Chief of DoJ’s Civil Rights Office would be sole Hispanic in Cabinet.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., chairman of the House Budget Committee, requested the review.

GAO to Review White House Sequestration Approach

Paul Ryan calls for audit of agencies’ planning for across-the-board cuts.

GSA Continues Belt-Tightening, Cancels Two More Conferences

Agency demand down for annual FeDForum and SmartPay events.

Mindful Mondays – What Are Your Triggers?

Picking your battles is key to managing yourself and others.