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5 ways the next U.S. Secretary of Transportation will be forced to follow Ray LaHood's lead

Whoever takes over next at the Transportation Department will head an agency in the midst of seismic transitions.

Flu virus quickly infects healthy tissues, as seen in this tissue culture sample.

U.S. to finalize avian flu funding policy in weeks

Global pause took effect last January after bioterrorism fears caused a panel to recommend more studies.

Carly Fiorina

'Technophobic' Washington drags down government innovation, Carly Fiorina says

Former Pentagon, Silicon Valley executives explore barriers to agency change.

Slow government spending drives $2.1B quarterly loss at General Dynamics

Results for the end of 2012 reflect that 'some of [the firm's] markets are contracting,' official says.

U.S. Navy ship runs aground off the Philippines

The Naval minesweeping ship was heavily damaged after it struck a coral reef.

French troops arrive at Bamako's airport Thursday Jan. 17, 2013.

U.S will provide tactical support in the sky to get French military into Mali

The French military is currently trying to push back on the ground against a growing faction of militants.

The education of Energy Secretary Steven Chu

The Nobel physicist tasked with transforming the energy economy faced political battles.

Meet Todd Jones, Obama's nominee for ATF director

He would be the first confirmed head of the agency.

White House raises We the People response threshold to 100,000 signatures

Only a handful of petitions have crossed the new threshold.

In Miami, TSA officers found a bag of eels.

Cannonballs, samurai swords, chastity belts: Items found at TSA checkpoints in 2012

A year's worth of (weird, revealing, scary) data from the nation's airports