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CDC: Bees are the Deadliest Non-Human Animals in America

In a typical year, nearly 100 American deaths are caused by bee stings.

NASA astronaut Suni Williams works on the International Space Station in 2007.

NASA Is Looking To Turn Astronaut Waste Into Plastic and Vitamins

The space agency's scientists are researching how to create plastic more easily

OMB Director Shaun Donovan testified before the Senate Budget Committee in February.

House Spending Bills Would Require $1.8 Billion in Across-the-Board Cuts, OMB Says

Funding proposals would trigger a sequester at non-Defense federal agencies.

How OPM Can Save the Federal Workforce

The HR agency can help feds do better and be appreciated for it, experts say.

Working Too Much Can Increase Heart Disease, Stroke Risk

Even cutting back your hours a little bit can go a long way.

Carter on Cancer: 'I'm Ready For Anything'

The former president spoke candidly about the melanoma doctors discovered in his brain.

Jeb Bush Says He Does Not Regret Using the Term 'Anchor Baby'

The 2016 Republican defended his comments on the controversial expression, while at the same time trying to distance himself from the term.

Here Are the Ways 2016 Hopefuls Want To Change the Constitution

Trump isn’t the only candidate with a plan that could upend America's bedrock document.

How to Measure IT’s Strategic Value

CIOs need to create metrics that go beyond server downtime.

Herbert Hoover

Why Obama’s Post-Presidential Role Model Could be Herbert Hoover

President shows some interest in tackling government reform after he leaves office.