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Kristen Clark is an animal keeper at the National Zoo, one of two who trains the lions — including the adult male, two lionesses and seven cubs. Federal News Radio interviews her as part of our Cool Jobs in Government series.
The Smithsonian has lost millions of dollars in equipment, paid hundreds of thousands more to settle an asbestos whistleblower suit, has lots of room for improvement when it comes to contracting and financial reporting... and has named a new director for the National Zoo.
The National Zoo is buzzing after the birth of its 50th kori bustard, an unusually large African bird that can weigh as much as 40 pounds.
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The Smithsonian Institution is offering buyouts to its federal employees for the second time in two years amid federal budget constraints.
Maryland authorities have charged an SUV driver after a crash that overturned a bus carrying a kindergarten class on a Washington-bound field trip, injuring 17 people.
A female clouded leopard gave birth late last month to two cubs at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Va.