The Samsung smartphones will facilitate communication in the field during crises, documents say.
New tools and mandates are fueling unprecedented innovation in government, but they’re also creating new challenges.
Connor Johnson started by donating his allowance to the cause. Then he decided to do more.
National Cancer Institute pilot project will let researchers remotely analyze genomic data.
China is likely behind the attacks, researchers say.
The media have written a cruel first draft, but it won’t last.
Plan has strong congressional opposition.
"The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents."
Phone Apps Help Government, Others Counter Violence Against Women
The military is considering an app to help reduce sexual assault on bases.
What the First Income Taxes Tell Us About HealthCare.gov
A Q-and-A with tax policy professor Joseph Thorndike.
Administration Decided on Obamacare Delay in August, Emails Reveal
Officials scrambled on options for small businesses.
About 10 Percent of Obamacare Enrollment Files Have Errors
HHS has struggled to figure out the extent of HealthCare.gov’s back-end problems.
Obamacare’s Next Step: Fixing Medicare and Medicaid Data Sharing
Medicare wants to standardize state Medicaid data.
Kicked Off HealthCare.gov? Try Now, Obama Administration Says
Officials say the site is working for the vast majority of users after two ...
Obamacare Enrollment Is Surging
Website fixes, spike in sign-ups may signal a turnaround for the law.
HealthCare.gov’s Lessons for Big Government
Site’s troubles prompt larger questions about government’s role in the economy.
Why Insurers Want HealthCare.gov (and Obamacare) to Work
Health plan providers are regularly providing technical feedback to the ...
No More 'Wild Promises,' Insurer Doubts and Other HealthCare.gov News
Follow key reporting on the Obama administration’s signature policy ...