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Play of the Day: How America's Great Experiment Ends

Jimmy Fallon declares "We had a good run, America."

The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building in Washington.

The FBI Spied on the Wrong People Because of Typos

A new inspector general report concludes that the agency has collected communications data on the wrong targets due to typographical errors.

President Obama wanted to limit lobbyists' influence on government but found it's easier said than done.

It Just Got Easier to Lobby Federal Agencies

Facing litigation, the Obama administration rolls back restrictions aimed at curbing special interests.

IRS Gave Sensitive Data to Convict Sentenced to 21 Years

And failed to do background checks on many other contract workers who handled taxpayer files.

A coal-fired power plant near Price, Utah.

One Company Is Really Psyched About EPA's Big Climate-Change Rule

Some businesses see opportunity in the regulation at the center of the White House climate-change agenda.

Infographic: Five Steps to Manage Government Regulations for Contractors

How to deal with an audit, how to ensure compliance and more ways to stick the landing.

There Is No 'Party of Ideas'

Anyone looking for fresh public-policy approaches from Democrats, Republicans, or reform conservatives is bound to be disappointed.

How to Eliminate Almost Every Federal Agency

A look at some of the tactics leveraged in the war on big government.

President Barack Obama greets Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg prior to his State of the Union address in front of a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012.

Does Obama Know Something We Don't About Supreme Court Retirements?

Speculation about the 81-year-old Ginsburg has been raging in political circles since shortly after Obama's re-election.