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Would You Take a One Way Ticket to Mars?

Mars One is not the first project hoping to permanently go where no man has gone before.

How I Learned to Stop Judging Myself

After 15 years, and a little bit of yoga, perfectionism takes a back seat.

Six Months After Sandy, the Government Hasn't Spent Nearly as Much as It Will

Government has approved at least $800 million in non-FEMA contracts, and FEMA has spent at least $4 billion.

Obama Fills Out His Cabinet

Nominees expected for Commerce, Transportation and Trade Representative.

Reinventing Government -- Two Decades Later

A look back at Al Gore's efforts to bring private-sector efficiency into a more results-oriented federal space.

4 Times Good Government Has Done Excellent Things

Contrary to what you hear on TV, government has done--and continues to do--excellent things.

Foreign Service Veterans Seek to Dispel the Myths

The challenges of overseas living described at union event.

HUD Restructuring Could Relocate 900 Employees

Department will consolidate more than 50 offices across the country.

Air Force Secretary to Retire

Michael Donley will serve two more months in the role before departing.

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