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Rules on Giving Flags to Families of Fallen Feds Announced by OPM

Proposed rule is an implementation of a 2011 law passed by Congress

Top Secret Defense Contractors No Longer Being Reinvestigated

Many personnel with top clearance may be affected by the change.

15 Things the Public Has More Confidence in Than Congress

Americans' confidence in Congress has dropped to a record low.

Genome Exhibit Opens at Smithsonian

New exhibition celebrates the 10th anniversary of the completion of the Human Genome Project.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus

Navy Bans Racy Pinups

Separately, a group asks the Pentagon to stop selling porn on bases, cites sexual assault crisis.

Should Leaders Ever Lie?

Are good leaders also good liars?

Meet Obama’s Lawyer at the NSA, the Next Guy About to Undergo Some Serious Surveillance

Rajesh De, general counsel for the National Security Agency may soon come under fire.

A custodian sweeps the lobby of the CIA.

Mike Morrell Says He's Quitting CIA for His Family (Not Benghazi), for 'Real'

Morell's name has been in the news for removing the references to terrorism in the Benghazi talking points.

Washington Agencies Open With Unscheduled Leave, Telework

OPM announced change in status as major storm approached east coast.

3 Tips to Make Change ‘Stick” In Your Organization

When leaders forget to manage the process, they doom their chances of changing anything.

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