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The Supreme Court has been asked to intervene in the office’s keeping wraps on opinions in such serious subjects as domestic surveillance and torture of suspected terrorists.

Obama Administration Took Unusual Step in Releasing Justice Memo on Immigration

Office of Legal Counsel’s opinions are often kept behind closed doors.

The History of Cabinet Shakeups, Charted

As the size of the United States Cabinet has ballooned from 11 departments in 1947 to 15 today, there has been significant turnover.

Consider the People You're Grateful For

How about that mentor who helped shape your career path?

New Lois Lerner Emails May Be Retrieved

IRS says it is cooperating with watchdog, laments budget cuts.

How to Stop Annoying Behaviors and Handle Offensive People

The level of inattention in daily life is stunning.

Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast in 2005.

Half of Americans Think Climate Change Is a Sign of the Apocalypse

What a new report on theology and global warming means for public policy

Chuck Hagel Is Out at the Pentagon

The defense secretary is leaving the top post at the Pentagon after less than two years in office. By Stephanie Gaskell

What It Will Take to Fix Federal Pay

Everyone agrees change is needed, but outdated and inconclusive salary data make it difficult.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Obama's order will help the department prioritize its mission.

What the Obama Immigration Action Means for Federal Agencies

Some Homeland Security agencies will be getting new employees, while others may pay workers differently.

Writing the Book on Moneyball Government

A bipartisan group makes the case for evidence-based decision-making.