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HHS Finds Taxpayers Some Help Navigating Obamacare Requirements

This is the maiden voyage for claiming the insurance premium credit.

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno, left, testifies before the Senate Armed Service Committee Wednesday.

Joint Chiefs Warn Against Sequestration, Again

Like a tragic Greek chorus, the Joint Chiefs again warned of the dire consequences of sequestration, although Congress is unlikely to act.

Why Bad Bosses Sabotage Their Teams

Power-hungry leaders view their top performers as a threat, not an asset.

"There are too many cooks in the kitchen. Someone lets [the permit application] sit on their desk and forgets it, " said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Senators: Feds ‘Feel No Sense of Urgency’ About Granting Permits for Job-Creating Projects

Portman and McCaskill introduce “tripartisan” bill to streamline the permitting process.

Lynch's Mission to Convince Congress She's Not Eric Holder Is Working

After one day of hearings, the potential attorney general is winning over some Republicans.

Obama Will Warn Republicans Against Homeland Security Shutdown

The president plans to preview his budget proposal at Democratic retreat, call for end to sequestration.

Kansas City, Missouri

The New Data-Driven Government Equation

In a guest article, Kate Bender, Deputy Performance Officer in the Kansas City, Missouri, Office of Performance Management, discusses how hard facts plus citizen perceptions leads to prosperous communities.

Consumer Agency and Financial Industry Offer Rare Display of Teamwork

Industry will help teach students and workers strategies for avoiding scams.

Loretta Lynch tells Senate: I Won't Always Agree With Obama

The administration's nominee for attorney general appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

When the Executive Core Qualifications Aren’t Enough

A good leader needs foresight, insight and emotional intelligence.