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Where Are the Government’s Happiest Senior Executives?

The largest agencies in government tend to have the least satisfied career leaders.

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Your Boss Has a Much Rosier View of the Workplace Than You Do

Senior executives are happier than their employees, and believe the office is a much fairer place, according to a new analysis.

Why a Chris Christie Presidency Could Mean Major Cuts to Feds' Benefits

The New Jersey governor has put government employees' benefits on the chopping block.

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Obama Names New Envoy to Close Guantanamo

The State Department is bringing in a White House legal veteran with deep Democratic ties as part of its latest push to close its detention facility in Cuba.

At Press Conference, Obama Reflects on His 'Best Week'

Next to Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, the president also talked about what to expect regarding the crisis in Greece.

Arizona Diamondbacks' Vidal Nuno wears a black patch with “KAYLA” on his sleeve in memory of Prescott, Ariz., resident Kayla Mueller who died in ISIS captivity.

Why the Obama Administration Changed Its Hostage Policy

Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes offers a candid explanation.

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Agriculture Secretary Links Small Business Goals to Larger Agenda

Vilsack on civil rights, sequestration and how Congress prevents cost savings.

Union to Seek Financial Compensation for Everyone Affected by OPM Hack

Employees do not need to prove identity theft to show damages, attorneys say.

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Why the War on the IRS Makes No Cents

The gospel according to Matthew and the Gipper.

On Politics

A Momentous Week, and a GOP That Needs to Change

The fight over the Confederate flag and the Supreme Court decisions on Obamacare and same-sex marriage all send the signal that Republicans need to adapt to keep pace with younger voters.

How Far is the President Willing to Go to Expand Medicaid?

The president has 18 months to further secure the Affordable Care Act’s legacy.

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