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Has the IRS Become Gun-Shy on Regulating Nonprofits?

The number of organizations denied tax exempt status dropped precipitously between 2010 and 2013.

​To RIF or Not to RIF

Downsizing can be traumatic, but sparing jobs can do more harm than good.

The White House Is Spoiling for a Fight on Immigration

Obama seems determined to push ahead, despite the fears of some Democrats.

emonstrators are arrested outside the White House Thursday.

145 Immigration Activists Arrested Outside White House

The choreographed arrests were organized to push President Obama to stop the deportations of Central American children and keep families together.

UNICEF and partners educate school children in Conakry, Guinea, about the virus.

An Ebola Vaccine May Be on the Way

Clinical trials begin next week, NIH announces.

Unlocking Federal Talent

How UnlockTalent.gov is helping agencies create a culture of excellence and engagement.

Todd Park, U.S. chief technology officer

It's Official: White House CTO Todd Park Leaves Post to Recruit Tech Talent from Silicon Valley

Todd Park stepping down from chief technology officer job.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., urged the intelligence chief to send a stronger message.

Is the Government Taking Feds’ Tax Debt Seriously Enough?

Security clearance reform should address financial troubles, senator says.