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A helicopter flies over the burning Pentagon Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.

Analysis: The U.S. Government Still Isn't Ready for a Catastrophic Terror Attack

If a major attack incapacitated the president, Congress, or Supreme Court, the nation would have no way to replace them -- despite 12 years of warnings.

How Caring for Aging Parents Affects a Career

Having kids isn't the only family consideration that affects work/life balance.

Obama Names Former Performance Chief as Top Economic Adviser

Jeffrey Zients will replace Gene Sperling as head of the administration’s economic policy team.

GLENN FAWCETT/GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

What a Real Budget Process Could Look Like in Washington

States offer ways to link funding to strategic goals and performance.

Sequester and Budget Stalemate Worry Backers of Air Traffic Modernization

Short-term FAA funding cuts put long-term airport improvements at risk.

National Intelligence Director James Clapper

Sequester Forces Intel Agencies to Take More Risks, Chief Says

Automatic cuts' effect on intelligence-gathering won’t be obvious right away, Clapper warns.

Why Some People Have No Boundaries Online

Balancing your work and personal lives on social media can be tricky.

Michelle Obama Receives Blowback ... Over Water

A seemingly innocuous initiative to get people to drink more of the stuff has stirred up some skepticism.

ohn Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Watchdog: State Dept. Needs a Better Plan for Beating Corruption in Afghanistan

Support for reconstruction may falter after U.S. drawdown, SIGAR notes.

RIP, Social Media Managers -- Tweeting Is Everyone’s Job Now

Don't worry. Your skills are still valuable.

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