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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.

Severe Droughts Aren’t Helping the US Raise the $300 Billion Needed to Fix its Water Delivery System

As climate change dries up water sources, the remaining infrastructure to deliver water is breaking down.

“House of Cards” features the Baltimore U.S. Custom House.

Spot that Federal Building in Your Favorite Flick

Facility use fees from Hollywood productions, including ‘House of Cards,’ help maintain government property.

Fed Confession: I Have No Idea How to Measure Performance

Why finding the right performance metrics can be so tricky.

No, Sex Won't Make You Rich

Don't believe the study that says otherwise.

The CIA Laid Off the People Who Declassify Their Secrets

Agency has disbanded its Historical Collections Division due to sequestration.

3 Ways to Overcome Impostor Syndrome

Have you ever felt like there must have been some sort of mistake in the selection process that led to you being in the role you’re in?

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