Secretary Sylvia Burwell poses for 381 photos with staff members and their families at the annual HHS Holiday Open House.
NASA photographer travels to West Virginia to capture images of annual meteor shower.
Painters act like high-wire artists as restoration work continues on the Capitol Dome.
Hundreds of runners race along border in Aug. 8 International U.S.-Mexico 10k race.
The Library of Congress is the repository of thousands of photographs that provide a peek into the daily life of Americans 100 years ago and beyond. Dating from the 1910s, these photos originated from the Bain News Service.
Secretary Sally Jewell announced a new partnership between the Interior Department and the Google Cultural Institute during a Black History Month event at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin broadcast live from the 2015 Association of the United States Army conference and exposition, interviewing Army officials about the challenges the service is facing.
About 30 goats from Browsing Green Goats of Calvert County, Maryland, started chowing down on invasive plant species this week at Historic Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
The Coast Guard celebrates its 225th birthday this year. View our photo gallery to see how its celebrating.
The U.S. Army marked its 240th birthday with solemn ceremonies, plenty of cake and dancing, a fun run and more during two weeks of festivities. The Second Continental Congress created the Army on June 14, 1775. The next day, George Washington agreed to be the Army’s first commander.