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The CIA Reviewed Books About Snowden and Is Not Impressed

The spy agency describes Glenn Greenwald’s recent book as full of “bitter ad hominem rationale.”

Video: The Case for Napping at Work

The Atlantic's James Hamblin makes the argument for a siesta at the workplace.

Pelosi Compares Obama Immigration Order to Emancipation Proclamation

The Democratic leader accuses GOP foes of having very short memories when it comes to executive action.

GSA Buildings Chief a 'Convert' to Open-Office Setups

Concept not only saves money, but makes a "dramatic difference" in employee interactions, Dong says.

The Gender-Wage Gap Is Shrinking—or Is It?

Why Millennial women will make more than their mothers, but less than their brothers.

"We can't just assume the problem away," said Danny Werfel, former OMB controller and acting IRS commissioner.

Former Federal Leaders Seek Legislation to Save the SES

Group says action needed to preserve and protect the federal senior executive corps.

Zen and the Art of Cubicle Living

I worked out of what might be the best-designed office space in America. Here's what it taught me about productivity, concentration, and happiness at work.

Obama Almost Never Vetoes Bills. That's About to Change.

The president has issued only two vetoes in six years, but he's likely to issue a lot more in his final two years.

Republicans See an Upside to a Government Shutdown Over Immigration

Shutdowns are a showcase for intransigence, but they haven’t yet spelled electoral doom for the GOP.

Walz Abandons Bid for Top Veterans' Affairs Panel Slot

The Army National Guard major faced pushback over seniority concerns and the waiver that's allowed him to stay on the committee.