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The Blog Commenter Who Invented the Trillion-Dollar Coin

No, the idea didn't come from an economist. It came from a lawyer in Georgia.

Trade shows like the ESRI convention draw thousands of visitors.

Poll: Feds expect to attend fewer events this year

Tight budgets force government employees to anticipate fewer training and trade show opportunities.

New Medal of Honor Recipient Fought in 'Black Hawk Down' of Afghanistan

The highest honor awarded by the U.S. military will go to Army Staff Sergeant Clinton Romesha.

Video: Watch NASA's Stunning New Video of Lunar Surface

One of NASA's GRAIL probes took this beautiful footage of the Moon last month.

Pentagon No. 2 issues guidance to 'mitigate' budget uncertainty

Steps include hiring freeze, review of contracts, and curtailed travel and purchases.

Former secretary of state Henry Kissinger praises President Richard Nixon’s role as a peacemaker at the Richard Nixon Foundation’s Centennial Birthday Gala on Wednesday at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington. SHFWire photo by Ian Kullgren

For Nixon’s 100th Birthday, Supporters Seek to Reshape Legacy

Loyalists want to reframe Nixon’s story to include his accomplishments.

John Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction

Special Afghanistan inspector blasts Pentagon, USAID waste

In first public speech, Sopko says temporary agency likely to last beyond 2014 U.S. withdrawal.

Ask EIG: How Do I Create a Meaningful Strategic Plan?

Dear EIG: My management team recently discussed 'why we do what we do'-- turns out most of us don’t know...

Obama has nominated Jacob Lew, left, to replace Timothy Geithner at Treasury.

What Treasury secretary Jack Lew would need to do

If confirmed in time, his first fight would be over raising the debt ceiling.

'Don't Ask, Don't Get': How to Fix the Gender Gap in Salary Negotiations

Many women have trouble asking for more money at work—but it doesn't have to be that way.