WASHINGTON -- As the first voting nears in the presidential race, most Americans have little or no confidence in the federal government to confront what they see as the country's most important priorities, according to a national survey.
By Bill Barrow and Emily Swanson, Associated Press
A government worker union says that the cyberattack on U.S. employee records was far worse than the Obama administration initially indicated. The hackers allegedly stole the Social Security numbers and other personal data of every federal worker, according to the…
By PBS NewsHour
There is a serious issue here, but its direct impact on Medicare beneficiaries is perhaps not so great.
By Philip Moeller
For centuries, the educated, wealthy and refined could be distinguished by their ability to put quill to parchment to create beautiful, flowing letters. The delicately formed cursive letters of the America’s Declaration of Independence helped form a nation. But that…
By April Brown
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