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The United States Penitentiary in Marion, Ill., is a medium security federal facility.

How Old is Too Old For a Federal Prisoner To Be Jailed?

Agencies are rethinking criteria for a program that lets elderly and infirm inmates out of prison early.

After 80 Years, Retirement Isn't What It Used to Be

As Social Security turns 80, more seniors are returning to the workforce. Is that a bad thing?

The Obamas dance to Earth, Wind and Fire at a reception in 2009.

Spotify May Have Lost Music's Biggest Star, But It Gained the President

By publishing two playlists Friday, Obama has implicitly endorsed the music-streaming service.

  U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez enter the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Havana Friday.

Kerry Says U.S. and Cuba Will No Longer Be 'Prisoners of History'

The State Department chief welcomed the restoration of diplomatic ties Friday.

Will Making It Easier to Fire Feds Go Viral?

“Today, it’s the VA. Tomorrow, it could be your agency,” says MSPB chief.

Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., is one sponsor of the Taxpayers Right to Know Act.

Giving Taxpayers More Details on Where Their Money Is Going Would Come at Its Own Cost

CBO finds bid for in-depth disclosure of program spending would cost $82 million over four years.

Stephen Colbert’s Thank You to Jon Stewart Shows The Difference a Great Boss Can Make

Stewart was "infuriatingly good" at his job, according to Colbert.

An aerial view of the Tarakhil Power Plant.

Afghanistan Watchdog Goes Another Round with USAID Over $335M Power Plant

SIGAR reiterates assertion that plant near Kabul risks failure.

Friday Leadership Ideas to Help You Finish Strong

This simple framing change is an antidote to negativity and frustration.