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Employee satisfaction dips by record margin, with pay taking biggest plunge

Two-thirds of agencies see decrease in ratings on Best Places to Work survey.

Construction continues Tuesday on the viewing stands for the January event.

Behind the scenes of the 57th inauguration

The Joint Task Force-National Capital Region is planning extensive crowd management for Obama's second inauguration.

Helping Researchers Devastated by Superstorm Sandy

The NIH is helping scientists cope with the storm's devastation of research facilities at New York University.

Eliot Spitzer, who resigned as New York governor amid a prostitution scandal.

In a Crisis, Be Like Eliot Spitzer, Not Anthony Weiner

Lessons from recent history about the wrong way, and the right way, to handle a crisis.

Defense companies also worried about nondefense budget cuts

Overall discretionary spending in both defense and nondefense accounts would hurt firms, they say.

President Barack Obama talks with former President Bill Clinton backstage at the New Amsterdam Theater in New York, N.Y., June 4, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Tips for Surviving Email Crises From Clinton's 'Masters of Disaster'

A how-to brought to you by the guys who defended Bill Clinton on impeachment.

The space shuttle Endeavour is seen atop the Over Land Transporter (OLT) after exiting the Los Angeles International Airport on its way to its new home at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, Friday, Oct. 12, 2012.

A Year in Search: Google’s 2012 Year in Review

Google highlights the year that was, including the people and accomplishments of the federal government.

Analysis: Why Obama can—and must—cut defense spending

The Cold War is over, the national budget is overstretched, and voters are on board. Will the president follow through on his chance to shrink the Pentagon?

Helping intelligence agencies better predict the future

Could human and machine forecasters work together to increase their foresight?

Boehner, Obama no closer to cliff deal after latest offers

The president and speaker remain hundreds of billions of dollars apart in talks.