Job-Related Education and Training

Get information about training, certifications, apprenticeships, and other professional resources. [ Read Entire Post: Job-Related Education and Training... ]

Andrew Jacobs Jr., 81, Ex-Congressman, Dies

A former Marine, Mr. Jacobs was among the early critics of the Vietnam War. He also helped write the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a touchstone of civil rights legislation. [ Read Entire Post: Andrew Jacobs Jr., 81, Ex-Congressman, Dies... ]

New Law All but Bars Russian GPS Sites in U.S.

A measure that was signed into law on Thursday virtually bars Moscow from building monitor stations on American soil that critics feared could be used for snooping or worse. [ Read Entire Post: New Law All but Bars Russian GPS Sites in U.S.... ]

Cutoff in federal jobless aid looms Saturday

Saturday's loss in jobless benefits is bound to escalate the political battle. USA Today reports. [ Read Entire Post: Cutoff in federal jobless aid looms Saturday... ]

Here’s what Americans predict for 2014: Poll

The outlook for the new year is positive: 49 percent think their own fortunes will improve in 2014. [ Read Entire Post: Here's what Americans predict for 2014: Poll... ]

Popular New Year’s Resolutions

These New Year’s resolutions are popular every year. Here’s information that can help you achieve your goals in 2014. [ Read Entire Post: Popular New Year's Resolutions... ]

Pincus: ‘Front-Page Rule’ is unprecedented in U.S. intelligence community

Should the United States engage in secret, covert or clandestine activity if the American public cannot be convinced of the necessity and wisdom of such activities should they be leaked or disclosed? To intelligence professionals, that’s a bizarre question. The answer is that the public’s opinion shouldn’t matter, because espionage, clandestine intercepts of intelligence and […]

Postal Service gets approval for a temporary increase in stamp prices

The price of a first-class letter and most other mail will rise by 3 cents on Jan. 26, the largest rate hike in 11 years, the commission that oversees the U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday. The stamp-price increase to 49 cents will be in effect for two years, giving the financially struggling agency a temporary […]

Sunday Dialogue: Lifting Kids Out of Poverty

Readers discuss how to mirror our success with helping seniors. [ Read Entire Post: Sunday Dialogue: Lifting Kids Out of Poverty... ]

Bad Times for Big Brother

A judge and a presidential panel slam the N.S.A.’s snooping as a mass invasion of privacy. [ Read Entire Post: Bad Times for Big Brother... ]