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The Attention Machine

A new brain-scanning technique could change the way scientists think about human focus.

Amid Homeland Security Funding Fight, 2016 Hopefuls Avoid the Front Lines

Cruz, Paul, and Rubio could use the standoff to distinguish themselves. So far, they're not.

Degrees Don’t Matter Anymore, Skills Do

A total transformation of education is coming, whether the educational establishment likes it or not.

Obama: Progress on Ebola Proves the Need to Invest in the Federal Workforce

Statement comes as White House moves to new phase of fight against outbreak.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., requested answers by Feb. 24.

Senator Demands IRS Explanation of Email Recovery

Inspector general reports 16,000 Lois Lerner documents that may be new.

White House: Authorization of Force Language is 'Intentionally' Fuzzy

White House Press Secretary John Earnest said Wednesday that the request provides "flexibility" in responding to "contingencies" on the ground.

Veterans Health Care and IT Acquisition Added to GAO's High-Risk List

Defense contracting and FDA oversight of medical products come closer to getting off the list.

Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope in "Parks and Recreation."

On ‘Parks and Recreation,’ the Joke’s on the Feds

This may be the first time in television history that a network sitcom has included a gag about the Senior Executive Service.

Computers Aren’t Making Us Better Workers Like They Used To

A new paper suggests that much of the the IT revolution's productivity bonus has flamed out.

"Terror attack at Paris Kosher market was motivated by anti-Semitism. POTUS didn't intend to suggest otherwise," Press Secretary Josh Earnest tweeted.

White House Clarifies Obama Comments on Paris Kosher Deli Terror

Spokesman: Attack 'was motivated by anti-Semitism. POTUS didn't intend to suggest otherwise.'