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How to Stop Technology From Stealing Your Sleep

Here are three technologies (ironically) to help curb your gadget use and get a better night’s rest.

Behind Eric Shinseki's Downfall

The VA secretary who was looking for a second chance after Iraq was undone by an overwhelmed health system and Washington's hyper-partisan health care politics.

Intel Community Whistleblowers Enter the Post-Snowden Era

Ombudsman runs “robust” training on how to report wrongdoing-- contractors included.

5 Tips for Easing the Oversight Burden for Grant Programs

How to strike the right balance between monitoring and the mission.

Postal Service Funds Would Go to Highways Under House GOP Proposal

The shift would benefit both motorists and the USPS, Republican leaders argue.

The Big Game: Federal Government vs. the NFL

More than ever before, Congress and the White House are challenging football.

VA Fired 2,247 People Last Year, But Only 2 Were Senior Executives

Three charts showing the agency’s tendency to fire its lowest ranking and lowest earning employees.

A general view of the construction site where the new U.S. Embassy is being built.

The U.S. Is Building Its New London Embassy on a Stone-Age Campground

The shimmering, bomb-resistant glass structure will be surrounded by a moat.

Hacker Fears Have Frustrated Efforts to Downsize Dot-Gov Sprawl

Concerns about data compromises are partly to blame for drawing out an effort to merge roughly 2,000 government websites.

Secretary of State John Kerry

Darrell Issa Says Kerry Won't Have to Testify on Benghazi

House Oversight chairman cited concerns that the secretary of State was using the hearing to avoid testifying before the Select Committee.