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Postal Service Defends Pricey Conference as Chance to Boost Revenue

Agency sees $2 million tab as an investment into major business opportunities.

What the Mouse Can Teach Us (And What It Can't)

NIH is looking at a high tech alternative to testing on mice.

Amidst Drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, Army Responds With EAGLE

New contract program aims to consolidate different vehicles.

Analysis: The Good Side of Sequestration

The cuts are painful but will at least teach a lesson in what government does and why we shouldn't demonize it.

Rwanda's Historic Health Recovery: What the U.S. Might Learn

Over the last decade in Rwanda, deaths from HIV, TB, and malaria dropped by 80 percent, maternal mortality dropped by 60 percent, life expectancy doubled -- all at an average health care cost of $55 per person per year.

Analysis: Losing the War on Drugs

Law enforcement agencies will never stop narcotics trafficking unless they follow the money.

Marine Gen. John Allen

Post-Love Pentagon, John Allen Is Out

President Obama has accepted Gen. John Allen's request to retire from the military.

Fun. at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

3 Ways to (Finally) Get Recognized

Ever feel like you’ve been bringing it night after night after night and nobody’s noticed?

Government Spends Record-High on Union Activity

Official time used more than in 2011 than any year since 2004.

"We are committed to providing [states] with the flexibility, resources, and time they need to deliver the benefits of the Affordable Care Act to the American people,” HHS head Kathleen Sebelius said.

Majority of States Aren't Interested in Setting Up Health Exchanges

As of Friday deadline, 24 states and D.C. were onboard with that piece of the Affordable Care Act, HHS reports.