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Play of the Day: The Pigs Behind Chris Christie's Big Dilemma

Porcine confinement is the latest issue for New Jersey's governor.

Todd Park, former chief technology officer of the US, prepares to testify on Capitol Hill in Washington.

HealthCare.gov Security Back in the Spotlight

House Republicans say they remain concerned about the cybersecurity controls underpinning the online federal health exchange.

U.S. Postal Service letter carrier, Jamesa Euler, delivers mail, in Atlanta.

Hackers Possibly Copied Postal Employee Pay Records

About 100 servers and computer workstations were breached in the September intrusion.

The Capitol Dome Is Ready for Its Makeover

The scaffolding is complete. Now the real restoration work can begin.

NSA Reform Stalls, Rand Paul Votes No

The defeat marks an abrupt setback for the post-Snowden movement to rein in U.S. spying practices.

Play of the Day: The Only Conversation Around Obamacare

Jonathan Gruber is the one thing everyone is talking about.

Member of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind.

Will Veterans' Data Ever Truly Be Secure?

"Every day, industry is finding new ways that things can be exploited," VA CIO told Congress.

Chaffetz Will Replace Issa as House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman

Media-savvy Republican has shepherded legislation affecting federal employees’ pay and benefits.

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., says the data about VA employees claiming official time is disturbing.

Feds Spend More Time Working for Unions than Reported

Nearly 400 federal employees work full time for unions on their government salary.

The man on the right is suing the man on the left.

Is a Third Lawyer the Charm for House Republicans?

Speaker John Boehner has hired yet another attorney to file a lawsuit against President Obama after the first two abandoned the case.