Cary O'Reilly

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Got the Right Stuff? NASA Hiring Space Mission Flight Directors

If you’d like to be on the receiving ends of calls for help from space like the one famously made by astronauts on the troubled Apollo 13 flight in 1970, or you just want to help future manned missions run smoothly, NASA has just the job for you.

Boeing Is Winner as Pentagon Surprises With More Satellites

The Pentagon will build and launch more of its own satellites in a win for companies such as Boeing Co., and potentially Elon Musk’s SpaceX or United Launch Alliance LLC, and a possible setback from suppliers of global communications networks such as Iridium Communications Inc.

Facebook’s PAC Has Little Cash for Campaigns Amid Data Scrutiny

Facebook Inc., which is facing scrutiny on Capitol Hill over its data sharing practices, is lagging its peers in terms of cash available to donate to campaigns as it seeks to win back friends and influence people in Washington.

Concepts for Trump’s ‘30 feet tall’ concrete wall due March 20

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency will issue a request for proposal on or after March 8 for President Donald Trump’s controversial border wall project.

So you want a job in the Trump Administration? Here’s how.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence aren’t the only ones who will have new jobs in Washington after Jan. 20.