Results 6011-6020 of 11124

Afghans sit on basic tools to fight money laundering

Auditors fault embassy and DHS for stalled training of locals.

Poll Shows Americans Fear Entitlement Cuts the Most in 'Cliff' Talks

A plurality have already fingered a favorite scapegoat if Congress and the White House fail to reach an agreement: everyone

Analysis: Obama is using the permacampaign to change Washington from the outside

The president aims to win the fiscal-cliff debate the same he won the election -- barnstorming through battleground states and email-blasting supporters.

Start Your Day With The 8 Irresistible Principles of Fun

Having a rough morning? Want more fun in your life? Start your day with this video.

23,600 employees accept Postal Service buyouts

Separation incentives are part of ongoing workforce reduction effort as lawmakers continue to pursue reforms.

Photo: 2012 Capitol Christmas Tree

A look at this season's tree in front of the Capitol.

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla.

Senate endorses provision pressuring Pentagon to clean up its books

Coburn plan would codify current goal of auditability before 2017.

U.S. to push for new anthrax vaccine by 2017

The federal government has sought for years to develop a successor to BioThrax.

Auckland, New Zealand's largest city. Image via travellight/

Lessons on Reforming Government from New Zealand

New Zealand’s government reform efforts over the past quarter century have yielded both positive results as well as cautionary tales. Its proposed next steps, however, are worth examining.

U.S. superpower status projected for next 20 years

But quadrennial intelligence report cites economic, cyber threats.