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Former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt testifies at his confirmation hearing.

EPA Search for Pruitt-Cited Climate Studies Comes Up Dry

FOIA suit by nonprofit employees group produces only letter to Congress.

Defense Contractor That Posed As Small Business Forfeits $7.8 Million

Army investigators uncover false claim by Arena Event Services.

Breaking Through Government’s Time Warp

In five years, the framework of government’s salary system will be 100 years old.

Koreans and Americans train at a firing range in Hawaii in 2017.

Curtailing Korean Exercises Comes at a Price, Says USMC Commandant

Gen. Neller says training on the Korean peninsula is an integral — if not quite irreplaceable — part of Marine readiness.

Senior microbiologist Cheryl Gauthier holds petri dishes containing samples of Bacillus cereus, left, and a Bacillus species, right, at the Department of Public Health state laboratory in Boston, Oct. 25, 2001.

Scientists: Pentagon’s Plant-Virus Research Could Endanger World’s Food Supply

But the Defense Department responds that new ways are needed to harden crops against coming natural and manmade threats.

Hurricane Michael's enormous eye, as photographed by the NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor.

The Sudden, Shocking Growth of Hurricane Michael

In little more than a day, a Category 1 storm became a “worst-case scenario” Category 4.

How Attempts at Fixing the Civil Service System Have Made It Worse Off

Top federal HR officials describe a system bogged down by special authorities.

If You Want To Foster Innovation, Support Curious Employees

Most breakthroughs result from inquisitive workers, not an innovation office staffed by specialized “innovators.”