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Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va.

Federal Employee Groups Lament Loss of Congressional Advocate

Retiring House Democrat Jim Moran spent his 23-year career steering appropriations to Northern Virginia and protecting federal workers.

Congress Passes Three-Day Spending Bill To Keep Government Open

Current continuing resolution expires Wednesday; Senate needs more time to consider long-term omnibus.

The U.S. consulate in Benghazi was destroyed in Sept. 2012.

We Now Know Whom to Blame for Benghazi

A Senate intelligence committee report released Wednesday assigns the blame for the confusion surrounding the 2012 terrorist attacks, but questions remain.

The Neuroscience Guide to Negotiations With Iran

Wondering whether the historic nuclear talks will succeed or fail? Study the brain.

What Jennifer Lawrence and Colin Kapernick Can Teach Us About Setting Goals

Magic will only get you so far -- you have to do the work.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., holds up a document as he speaks to IRS official Lois Lerner on Capitol Hill in May.

FBI Press Leak Indicates No Prosecutions for IRS Targeting

House Republicans protest “politically motivated” hint of no criminal charges.

Government Can’t Do It All, But the Public Can Help

From developing apps to policing Medicare fraud, citizen problem-solvers are at the ready.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee

Agency Conference Spending Down But Senators Still Want Tighter Controls

OMB deputy cites progress in changing culture of waste while preserving valuable face time.

The bill adopted the language of the 2013 Wage Grade Employee Parity Act, introduced by Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Pa., in November.

What the Spending Bill Means for Federal Employees

Blue-collar workers get a raise, but travel, conference and bonuses are rolled back.