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Judy Rivers of Logan, Ala., testifies about her mistaken inclusion on SSA's Death Master File.

Getting the Living Off Social Security’s Deceased List May Take Legislation

Alabama woman testifies on being reduced to poverty after erroneous designation.

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Learn How to Keep Your Customers Satisfied

The Customer Experience Summit focuses on fostering a customer-centric culture in your organization.

Building Inclusive Diversity: More Than Numbers

Using data-driven expertise and collaborative thinking to mold a workforce that looks like America.

Barack Obama meets with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny in the Oval Office Tuesday.

The Irish Prime Minister Is Here and He Won’t Stop Talking About U.S. Immigration Reform.

Barack Obama meets with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny in the Oval Office Tuesday.

Hicks worked at the Birmingham VA medical center.

Former VA Union President Arrested for Alleged Embezzlement

Stephanie Hicks allegedly stole more than $132,000 from the AFGE chapter at the Birmingham, Ala., veterans hospital.

Boeing has received  $64 billion in federal loans and loan guarantees since 2000, nonprofit says.

Nearly Half of the Largest Federal Contractors Are Also Receiving Federal Grants and Loans

Nonprofit’s “corporate welfare” study names Boeing as top “double dipper.”

FBI Director James Comey

FBI's Plan to Expand Hacking Power Advances Despite Privacy Fears

Google had warned that the rule change represents a "monumental" constitutional concern.

There are a series of steps the Treasury Department can take that would give Congress until October or November to avoid a default.

Don't Worry About the U.S. Hitting Its Debt Limit Yet

Thanks to increases in tax revenue, a sliding deficit, and extraordinary measures by the Treasury Department, there is time before the U.S. could default.

​Five Ways to Avoid GAO’s High-Risk List

The challenge isn’t just performance measurement, but also communication.