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Federal Government in Washington Area Closed on Thursday

A significant winter storm is expected to bring snow, sleet and ice to the region.

Be Prepared: Big Data Is Not a Passing Fad

Report highlights key decision-making lessons learned from analytics at the IRS and beyond.

Amanda Deardorff, left, a health enrollment navigator with Open Door Health Solutions, helps Valerie Kazer through the process of signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act in Muncie, Ind.

Obamacare Enrollment Drops in January From a December High

About 1.1 million new people enrolled in plans through and state marketplaces during the month.

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., said Democrats would rather have passed legislation to reverse the cuts without a payfor.

Congress Extends Sequester to Pay for Veterans Benefits

The legislation restores a 1 percent cost-of-living adjustment to military retirees' pensions by extending the mandatory sequester cuts an additional year.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.

Senate Raises Debt Ceiling

Congress has voted to suspend the debt limit until March 2015. But this doesn't mean the fight is permanently over.

How to Negotiate Your Salary When Everyone Knows What You Make

As more companies adopt transparent salary models, the rules of negotiation have turned upside down.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

Lawmakers Clash With Senior Execs Over Power to Fire at Veterans Affairs

New legislation would give department secretary more authority to sack top career employees for alleged mismanagement.

How I Lead: By Not Trying Too Hard To Be Liked

Insights from Joshua Ederheimer of the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services at the Justice Department.

Sundar Pichai, senior vice president Chrome and apps for Google

This Google Exec’s Success Shows How it Pays Off to Invest in Talent

Google Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai got ahead the right way.

“That’s what our leadership said—if we get past this one, we’re done until the election,” said Rep. Tim Huelskamp, a Kansas Republican.

Here's What's Happening After the Debt Ceiling: Nothing

As lawmakers head into Presidents Day recess, they have few big-ticket legislative aspirations this year, only a few accomplishments, and plenty of time to campaign.