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If You Want Obama to Rein In the NSA, You're About to Be Disappointed

The president will embrace some surveillance reforms, but he's not about to scale back the national security state.

How the Supreme Court Can Sidestep a Recess-Appointments Dilemma

A dazzling argument by Miguel Estrada shows how the justices can reach a ruling Noel Canning: Just say the Senate decides when it's in recess.

Have an Interview With the Media? Here Are 10 Tips to Help You Prepare

Practice, practice and practice some more to get your key messages across.

Fewer Jobs, Longer Wait Times: The New Postal Service Slogan?

Study anticipates postal workforce will shrink faster than any other employee group during the next eight years.

The On-the-Job Benefits of Being Beautiful

The "beauty premium"—and why we pay it.

Study: Caffeine Can Improve Memory

New research from Johns Hopkins shows caffeine's enhancement of long-term memory.

Congress Cut Its Own Budget. What Happened Next Will Not Restore Your Faith in Government.

When you cut their budgets and take away their health insurance, many Capitol Hill employees will look to the exits, and that's bad news for anyone who wants to fix Congress.

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates

Gates Goes All In on Biden Criticisms: ‘Frankly, I Believe It’

In a new interview with NPR, the former Defense secretary hedges his admonitions of President Obama and Hillary Clinton, and attacks the media for getting it all wrong.

Get Enough Sleep. Your Brain Will Thank You.

Averaging less than 7 to 9 hours of shut-eye affects your work, and can lead to disease.

Obama to Unveil NSA Changes Next Week

The Jan. 17 speech will come in the wake of a December report calling for sweeping changes to the government's surveillance practices.