Results 4821-4830 of 14717

Watchdog Finds No Fresh Evidence of Time and Attendance Fraud by EPA Employees

Report comes after senior adviser John C. Beale was able to collect nearly $1 million for absences during which he claimed he was on CIA assignments.

Obama Administration: Climate Plan Will Save Lives, Money

Amid Republican attacks on climate plan, report lays out economic benefits of action.

 Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.

Benghazi Panel Releases Blumenthal Emails, but Not Transcript

Trey Gowdy defended his decision to keep Sidney Blumenthal's deposition private for now, and blasted Democratic critics of the GOP-led investigation.

Interior Is the 'National Geographic' of Instagram

The agency tasked with managing federal lands and natural resources needs #nofilter.

What I Learned About My Emotions From Pixar’s 'Inside Out'

You'll be better able to manage others if you recognize what you're feeling.

Senators Want GSA to Catch Feds Who Use Plastic at Strip Clubs

Travel and purchasing card data would be scoured for waste governmentwide.

Bush Lays Out Post-Obamacare Plan for the GOP

Many of the features of the Affordable Care Act come from a plan drafted by the conservative Heritage Foundation.

The Fish and Wildlife Service Destroyed an Actual Ton of Ivory in New York

An estimated 96 elephants are slaughtered in Africa every day for their ivory.

Driving Results in Cities Could Influence Federal Performance Efforts

Using data to steer limited funds to programs that work.

NASA Has a Humanoid Robot Working Aboard the International Space Station

It looks like a cross between C-3PO and the Michelin Man.