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A Surprisingly Candid Chat Between Nixon and Brezhnev

Despite Cold War tensions, newly released tapes show the two found plenty of room for jokes in a 1973 meetings.

Study: Less Time at the Office Doesn't Make People Happier

Shortening the workweek didn't improve people's job or life satisfaction.

The Size of the Government Is in the Eye of the Beholder

The government under Obama is shrinking, but not much, contentious article states.

What the Government Won’t Tell You About the 'March on Washington'

Feds are no longer in the business of estimating crowd size.

Millennials Don't See Serving in Government as the Way to Change the World

In general, they have a great sense of purpose, but see little attraction in politics and government.

Estimates of the number of participants in the 1963 march vary from 200,000 to 300,000.

OPM Urges Telework Wednesday for March on Washington Anniversary

Agencies will be open, but employees told to expect commuting delays.

Iron Man, Batman and Spider-Man: What We Can Learn About Privacy From Superheroes

Three lessons for government in the way superheroes manage their secret identities.

Sequestration Did Not Destroy D.C. Tourism

Tourism is actually up, despite massive cuts.

DHS Places Employee Who Backed Racial Violence on Leave

Small-business acquisition specialist ran anti-white website.

The “rise” in regulatory activity appeared in the George W. Bush administration as well as under Obama, the researchers’ data showed.

Sequester’s Impact on Regulators Remains a Subject of Debate

Liberals fault academic report calling effects 'modest' as an ideological attack by free-marketers.

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