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The Working Parents’ Complete Guide to Working Out

The first step is deciding to make your personal health a non-negotiable.

Union soldiers wait in Fredericksburg, Virginia in 1965.

Teacher Uses Rush Limbaugh Book to Teach Civil War to 3rd Graders

If you meet an 8-year-old who thinks that slavery ended because of American exceptionalism this may be why.

Your Vote Counts: Help Honor Government’s Bold Innovators

Take a look at Nextgov’s Bold Award finalists and cast your ballot for the People’s Choice award.

You Don’t Have to Be a Whiz Kid to Use Performance Metrics

A new guide helps managers analyze data to make better decisions.

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson (left) testifies in June with Border Patrol Deputy Chief Ronald Vitiello on the problem of unaccompanied minors crossing the border.

The Administration Is Shifting $405M to Deal With the Border Crisis. Is It Enough?

Money will be taken from other priorities including disaster relief, coast guard maintenance and TSA.

Physicians, Heal Yourselves: Why VA Reform Must Come From Inside

The bill Congress passed last week is a good start, but it's not enough to turn the troubled bureaucracy around on its own.

Men Die Young—And It’s Costing the U.S. $479 Billion a Year

The gender health disparity has persisted in the face of significant health gains around the world over the last 40 years.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, says the case shows the system for investigating IGs is broken.

One Agency Paid an Employee $400K to Sit on the Sidelines

Archives IG retires after a two-year investigation finds he made offensive racial and sexual comments.

The CDC Is Using Twitter to Explain Ebola to the Masses

The health organization is condensing warnings and guidelines into 140-character snippets in a Monday chat.

One Habit Hack That Works: Hit the Showers

You don’t have to meditate like a monk to benefit from mindfulness.