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How Can the U.S. Know Its Secrets Are Safe?

Edward Snowden's critics say uncertainty about what he took is forcing officials to presume the worst.

Michelle Obama speaks to students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va.,  in February, during a workshop to help students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Inside the Boring but Crucial Federal Form That Gets Kids to College

The Obama administration has streamlined the financial aid application, but some students need more than a better website.

Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill.

Wide-Ranging Bill Seeks to Shine More Light on Lobbying and Regulatory Process

Legislation also would toughen financial disclosure rules for members of Congress and judges as well as improve public access to government documents.

A Rutgers/Webb-SLOCUM glider being released by scientists near Antarctica

Navy Submarine Drones Will Predict the Weather Months In Advance

More subdrones, fewer satellites -- the future of weather prediction is changing faster than the weather. By Patrick Tucker

Telework was cited at the conference.

Telework, Communication Key to Improving Employee Engagement, Federal Managers Say

Officials stress importance of listening to and acting on employee feedback.

CIA Director: We Are Not Spying on Congress

John Brennan denies his agency was monitoring computers used by Senate staffers who were investigating its past interrogation practices.

UN Drone Investigator: U.S. Must Explain Civilian Deaths

States have a duty to protect civilians—and that requires transparency when they're hurt or killed, says report.

Obama’s Management Goals Focus on Federal Employee Engagement

Other priorities include IT, strategic sourcing and evidence-based performance metrics.

NASA Is Calling All Nerds to Help Save the World

Want to be an asteroid hunter? The space agency wants your help.