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Solyndra received a one half billion dollar loan guarantee from the government before filing for bankruptcy in Sept. 2011.

Refighting Solyndra, Issa Rejects Energy’s Claim of Loan Fund Profits

Agency says portfolio is on track to earn $5 billion for taxpayers.

Obama Administration ‘Strongly Supports’ NSA Reform Bill

With a key vote on the measure looming, the White House is backing a bill to curb a phone-spying program.

At Some Point, All Leaders Reach a Constitutional Crossroad

The intersection where personal values and professional obligations cross.

What Makes a Good Employer?

When it comes to satisfaction at work, some Americans say that money isn't everything.

Weak Oversight, Poor Coordination Plague DHS Operations

Watchdog praises progress in clean books, grants management.

A Smooth Second Start for Healthcare.gov

More than 100,000 people submitted applications during the first weekend of year two, but controversial comments from Jonathan Gruber and a new polling low kept things complicated for the law.

What's on Your De-Stress Checklist?

The goal is to get in 100 points worth of de-stressing activities a week.

Obama's Proposed Executive Action Doesn't Touch the Roots of Immigration Dysfunction

Any steps the White House may soon take won't address the real immigration problem.

How Washington Bungled the Solyndra Story

The former head of the Energy Department loan program corrects the record.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta noted the upgrade during a virtual town hall meeting.

USAJobs Is Getting Another Makeover

OPM director says the agency is revamping the federal hiring portal, but did not specify a relaunch date.