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Innovative Rehab Method Giving Combat Amputees an Active Life

A new medical, counseling and sports rehabilitation program helps combat amputees regain their independence.

TSA workers ratify first labor contract

Security officers overwhelmingly vote in favor of collective bargaining agreement.

(AP Photo/Saul Loeb, Pool)

Obama's Planned Visit to Burma a Presidential First

Obama will be the first U.S. president to visit the Southeast Asian nation currently in the midst of democratic reforms.

Obama Cries While Thanking Campaign Staff After Election

The Commander-in-Chief got emotional while thanking the young people who worked to re-elect him.

Always-on Devices and Mobile Technology are Enhancing Government Management

Always-on connected devices underpin every aspect of our digital present and future.

Holder weighing second term as attorney general

Obama’s top law enforcement official says he is considering stepping down.

Transcript: In Confronting Tucson Shooter, Giffords Condemns Political Cowardice

Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and husband Mark Kelly attend sentencing, confront shooter that nearly took her life.

20,000 mobile homes and travel trailers owned by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

FEMA trailers head to Sandy-ravaged communities

The mobile homes, ubiquitous during Katrina, are designed to provide temporary housing.

Expect big differences in Obama's second-term Cabinet

In some ways, transition will be harder than building a team from scratch.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the most high-profile of the Cabinet members likely to step down.

Obama's Cabinet: Six seats likely to change

State, Treasury, Defense, Energy, Transportation and Commerce could see new secretaries.