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IRS Reaches Out to 'Gig Economy' Taxpayers

New resource center helps freelancers, those in online sharing businesses.

Hillary Clinton testifies on Capitol Hill in January 2013 on the Benghazi attacks, wearing special post-concussion glasses.

Questions About Hillary's Health: The Birtherism of 2016

Led by Rudy Giuliani, surrogates for the struggling Trump campaign are trying to seed doubts about the Democratic candidate's fitness for office.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Tries to Appeal to Minority Voters

"What the hell do you have to lose?" asks the GOP candidate.

The National Security Agency exit on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in Maryland.

After the NSA Hack: Cybersecurity in an Even More Vulnerable World

The top cyberspy agency couldn't stay immune from attacks forever. What does it mean for governments, companies and internet users as a whole that the NSA has been hacked?

Who Will the Police Back in the Presidential Election?

Police leaders met with Clinton last week, but the largest union feels snubbed by the Democrat.

Hope Is What Separates Trump Voters From Clinton Voters

Donald Trump's supporters haven’t necessarily lost a job to globalization. But they’re afraid they’re next.

Play of the Day: Another Eventful Week in the 2016 Presidential Campaign

John Oliver wonders how Donald Trump is losing to someone as distrusted as Hillary Clinton.

OPM Wants Agencies To Review Their Telework Data

Data collection and reporting on telework remain a "challenge" for agencies, says OPM.

Top White House Aides Push Climate Change Disclosure

Zients and Deese propose new SEC requirements, new government approach.

A plate of chocolate chip cookies, made from Hillary Clinton's recipe, is surrounded by food made from recipes from various family and friends of Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, in 2003.

Bill Clinton's Half-Baked Entry in the Presidential Cookie Contest

A quarter-century ago, Hillary Clinton made a snippy remark about baking cookies, then won a competition with Barbara Bush. Can the prospective first gentleman measure up?

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