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U.S. Air Force Failed Another Nuclear Security Test

Insufficient training contributed to the poor performance.

Is Government Ready for Millennials?

Agencies should be building a culture that attracts young workers.

Obama Leaves Door Open for Shinseki Departure

The president wasn't exactly glowing in his praise for the embattled VA secretary on Wednesday.

Women attend a sit down rally calling on the government to rescue the kidnapped school girls of the Chibok secondary school, in Abuja, Nigeria, on May 15.

80 U.S. Troops Are Headed to Chad to Search for the Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls

Troops will operate and protect a Predator drone involved in the search.

A Marine takes a smartphone photo of military enlistees as they line up before taking their oath in front of Dallas City Hall

Marine Corps Bypasses Defense Mobile Phone Plan; Wants Commercial Options

While department officials say their program will cut costs, they haven’t provided pricing information.

8 More Republicans Back HHS Nominee

Sylvia Mathews Burwell sailed through a Senate Finance Committee confirmation vote.

You May Soon Have a Longer Walk to Get Your Mail

With comprehensive postal reform stuck in neutral, House panel passes piecemeal legislation.

How Big Data Can Improve Your Health

NIH helps researchers mine clinical records for genetic links to diseases.

“The Senate should pass it swiftly so President Obama and Secretary Shinseki can start utilizing that authority,” said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.

House Passes Bill to Fire VA Senior Execs

Measure would effectively make the executives at-will employees.

Chef Robert Irvine attends the Food Network's 20th birthday party

The British Celebrity Chef Opening a Restaurant in the Pentagon Has Quite a Past

Robert Irvine has worked to promote healthy eating, but several points on his biography raise red flags.