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Aaron Alexis moves through the hallways of Building #197 at the Washington Navy Yard in September.

Security Clearance Reforms Include Better Access to Criminal Records and Greater Use of Social Media

Interagency panel’s recommendations on background checks focus on closing information gaps.

"We will work harder than ever in the coming year to strengthen our military by taking sexual assaults and other major crimes out of the chain of command," Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wrote.

Senators Rekindle Debate After High-Profile Military Sexual-Assault Case

Democrats Gillibrand and McCaskill both see vindication after charges are dismissed against Army general.

The Navy Yard Shooting Could Have Been Prevented, Review Finds

But the Defense Department says it does not have the current capabilities to prevent such a large-scale attack.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Obamacare Has Two Weeks to Enroll One Million People

Without a dramatic spike in enrollments, it's unlikely the administration will meet that goal.

Performance Equals Motivation Times Ability

And the key to that equation is better managers.

Your medication will not be delivered by drone, Californians.

No, Marijuana Drones Are Not Coming Soon

Flying beer will have to wait, too.

Not Many College Students Are Interested in Federal Service

Federal agencies should improve recruiting efforts, report finds.

5 Ways to Stay Sane When You Have to Slog Through

Stretch, nap, phone a friend—It will reenergize you for the long haul.

Republican Lawmakers Want to Cut 115,000 Civilian Defense Jobs

Bill would save $82.5 billion over five years, supporters say.

Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill.

Wide-Ranging Bill Seeks to Shine More Light on Lobbying and Regulatory Process

Legislation also would toughen financial disclosure rules for members of Congress and judges as well as improve public access to government documents.