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Way More Feds Signed Up for Post-Hack Protections Than Anyone Anticipated

Hack victims are seeking protection from OPM-selected monitoring companies. 

Lawmakers Want Federal Employees to Stop Harassing Interns

Democrats introduced a law to give interns the same rights as federal employees. 

'Too Big to Fail' Is Still a Problem. Here's How D.C. Wants to End It.

Leaders in the world of financial regulation talk about how to pick up where Dodd-Frank left off—or how to scrap the law and start over entirely.

Congress Punting Highway Fight Until October

The battle over transportation funding and the Export-Import Bank will have to wait for three months.

House Oversight Republicans Call for IRS Chief’s Head

Obama received a 30-page letter from the Republicans to fire John Koskinen, citing his "failure to preserve and produce documentation" for the committee investigation.

The Problems of Success

In dynamic Austin, Texas, residents expect more growth—and wonder whether it will improve their quality of life.

Where Parents Train While Their Kids Learn

Two-generation Head Start programs are preparing little ones for school and ushering their parents into better employment.

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