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Barack Obama speaks about the "Community College to Career Fund" in February at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, Va.

Who are those people standing behind Obama?

In the age of television, the president often gives speeches against a human backdrop.

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said both parties in Congress "can’t resist poking the other person across the aisle and causing a little bit of a ruckus.”

Governors from both parties agree: They're fed up with Washington

Griping proves a point of bipartisanship at governors' meeting.

Bill to limit conference and travel costs wouldn’t actually save money

GSA Act would shift expenses to telecom and IT, CBO says.

Top Secret or Secret? Agencies could save big by choosing wisely

Watchdog finds inconsistent security clearance designations governmentwide.

Cabinet chiefs make list of 25 most influential women in Washington

Political insiders select Hillary Clinton and Janet Napolitano.

Video: Obama admits he failed to see job goes beyond policy

Says he learned he needed to "tell a story to the American people."

Women in Washington: We have to work harder to get ahead

Job opportunities are not equal, they say.

The actual Gestapo leadership in Germany in 1939. From left to right are Franz Josef Huber, Arthur Nebe, Heinrich Himmler, Reinhard Heydrich and Heinrich Müller.

Maine governor again compares IRS to Gestapo

Asked if the agency would kill people, Paul LePage said, "they’re headed in that direction."

Service members weigh in on pay versus benefits

Survey finds compensation preferences vary among the ranks.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has said Congress should not be so quick to cut Defense jobs solely to avoid sequestration.

Some Defense civilians likely to lose jobs, with or without sequestration

Proposals to avoid automatic cuts involve downsizing.