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You Should Fear Background Checks Even if You’ve Done Nothing Wrong

Innocent people and employers who hire screening companies are getting ensnared by a digital dragnet.

Agencies Waste Hundreds of Millions on Software

And GAO says the White House bears some of the blame.

Vietnam-era whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg

Commentary: The Government Isn't Very Good at Deciding What to Keep Secret

So why do so many Americans insist that the state, not the press, should call the shots?

Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner

Tim Geithner Is Still Defending Himself to Democrats

The former treasury secretary is attempting to explain his side of the government's Wall Street bailout in his new book.

4 Things Washington Could Do Right Now to Fix the VA

None of them involve floor speeches or finger-pointing.

Submarine veteran Lawrence Check adjusts his hat before watching a parade on Veterans Day in Atlanta in 2012.

The 10 Best and Worst States for Military Retirees

Wyoming is the best place for military personnel to retire, while California is the worst, according to one survey.

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md.

Senators Propose 3.3 Percent Pay Raise for Federal Employees

Bill mirrors House proposal; would far exceed President Obama’s proposed 1 percent pay hike.

President Obama and VA Secretary Eric Shinseki welcome participants in the 2013 Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride.

Democrats on the Trail Want Shinseki Fired

Congressional candidates try hard to distance themselves from the VA scandal.

Protestors demonstrated against the IRS in 2013 in Florida.

Flood of Comments Prompts IRS to Rethink Rule Limiting Political Activity of Nonprofits

New rules were supposed to offer guidance on the types of activity that would cost nonprofits certain tax exemptions.

What Does Your Boss Really Want From You?

A three-step process for understanding the expectations.