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Volunteers clean debris from the city cemetery in Moore. (EPA)
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The cleanup of Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City that bore the brunt of the tornado’s deadly force, began in earnest Wednesday, and among the first tasks for the survivors will be to bury the dead.
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The White House announced the president’s choice to head OPM on Thursday.
The commander in chief expresses an unusual ambivalence over the morality of his policies.
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Mass furlough of 115,000 employees at the three major federal agencies is the result of sequestration.
The SEC said an employee of the Rockville firm revealed how clients were voting on corporate ballots.
Commerce nominee Penny Pritzker inspires a wave of politeness at Capitol Hill hearing.
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Kah Walla, a 2011 presidential candidate in Cameroon, shares the leadership lesson she drew from her experience being kidnapped before the election.
An internal communication shows that the agency replaced Lois Lerner with Ken Corbin.
After the 97-0 vote, Sri Srinivasan, principal deputy solicitor general, joins the D.C. Circuit appeals court.
Negativity toward the agency has been on the rise since 2009. Still, a majority of Americans say the IRS is either doing an excellent, good, or fair job.
it's often said that an organization is only as good as its leaders.
"Former French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing has revealed he was once jumped on by a panda when he dared himself to enter its cage."
The published prices partly rebut warnings by critics that many people will experience ‘rate shock.’
A roundup of business news from around the world.
Kah Walla, a former presidential candidate in Cameroon, shares the lesson she learned from her kidnapping.
While emphasizing need to protect national security, Obama says he doesn’t want to “chill” reporting.
“You can close Guantanamo today!” Medea Benjamin of Code Pink shouts during address on national security.
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Move comes as lawmakers mull recalling her before House committee to testify.
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