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Want to Work in Science? Men Have the Advantage

How gender discrimination affects hiring.

Should Edward Snowden Get His Passport Back?

Activists have gathered 100,000 signatures on a petition pleading with the State and Justice departments to do exactly that.

Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., a senior Republican on the House Oversight Committee

House Republicans Prod OMB on Federal Property Data

List of underutilized buildings was promised two years ago.

Watch: GOP Senate Candidate Compares Cutting Spending to Hog Castration

"I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm, so when I come to Washington, I'll know how to cut pork," state Sen. Joni Ernst says in the ad.

Recruiting in the Social Age

The 5 C’s of building an engaged, productive and happy staff.

The Kishwaukee River flows through western Illinois.

EPA Stakes Out Authority Over Waterways

New rules clarify streams and wetlands under the agency's jurisdiction.

Justice IG Michael Horowitz released the report.

The FBI Has Built a Better Terrorist Watchlist

But inspector general’s review recommends clarifying interagency information sharing.

Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair was reprimanded and sentenced last week to pay a $20,000 fine.

Convicted General Could Still Get Big Pension

Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair, who was reprimanded and fined for adultery and improper relationships, is seeking to be allowed to retire as a general.

America's Workers: Stressed Out, Overwhelmed, Totally Exhausted

Why do so many people—particularly women—seem to have so much on their plates?

Uninsured People Don't Like or Understand Obamacare

The people the law was designed to help are far more confused about it than those who are already insured, a new study finds.