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The scandal was centered around prostitution in Cartagena, Colombia.

A Cover-Up in the Secret Service Scandal?

A new report says the White House knew more than it let on about dalliances with prostitutes in Cartagena.

3 Tips for Building a Government Content Strategy

Citizen engagement starts with the basics.

The CDC Is Using Twitter to Explain Ebola for the Second Time in Two Months

And people have just as many questions about the virus as they did during August's online chat.

Cool Videos: Rapping for Research

The NIH Common Fund puts on the moves for scientific breakthroughs.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta said agencies are investing more in training.

Millennials' Romance With Government is Short-Lived

Survey shows younger feds are enamored with public service, but don’t see it as a long-term prospect.

Could Obama's Push for Evidence-Based Program Evaluations Cross Party Lines?

OMB innovation specialist describes quiet meeting with House Budget GOP staff.

Coming Clean

There's something I'd like to share before you read my new book.

Air travelers walk through New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in 2013.

The U.S. Plans to Amp Up Ebola Screening at Airports, But Will It Work?

Experts suggest screenings aren't iron-clad at preventing the disease from making its way to the United States.

Ebola Patient Has Died During a Crucial Week for Dallas

If Thomas Eric Duncan passed the virus onto anyone else, that would likely become evident this week.