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Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

There was a vastly underrated road trip movie last year starring Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. called Due Date. Downey plays an uptight businessman and Galifianakis plays a goofy but lovable stoner. They take a cross-country trip together. Hilarity ensues.

Senior-level vacancies persist at Homeland Security

Reorganizations, political transitions and retirements are among the factors that affected openings, officials tell watchdog.

Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach

Former FDA chief leads push to reform his old agency

Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach calls on Congress to 'remake -- not merely tweak' the agency.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Attorney General Eric Holder made the announcement Tuesday.

HHS and Justice tout collaboration to combat Medicare fraud

In report to Congress, Holder and Sebelius praise health care reform law.

Obama would restore recent cuts in IRS budget

Agency and union argue new hires bring in more revenue.

Obama budget seeks savings via management reforms

Investments in research and green technology are coupled with consolidation and data-based evaluations.

Commissioner of Food and Drugs Margaret Hamburg asks a worker a question in a Chinese food safety lab in 2010.

FDA inspectors could be moving to China

Budget allocates $10 million to ensure standards in Chinese food and drug plants.

Budget requests, agency-by-agency

A look at how President's Obama's fiscal 2013 plan would affect major departments.

Where Are All the Government Workers?

The Atlantic's Derek Thompson notes that a new Gallup survey shows that nationwide, one in six people work for government at the local, state or federal levels. And no state has fewer than one in nine.

Defense Comptroller Robert Hale

Budget request includes TRICARE cut, military retirement details

Proposal increases pay by 1.7 percent, but would slow raises after 2014.