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A car destroyed by the fires near Napa, California.

Hundreds of Federal Personnel Aiding in Fighting California Wildfires

Despite fires in National Forests and across northern California, agencies say they have enough resources.

Breaking the Stranglehold of Calcified Federal Acquisition Policies

It’s past time for government to get in on the benefits of the online marketplace.

Your Boss’s Political Views Could Make Or Break Your Promotion

Gender equality at work may have a lot to do with a manger's political ideology, a study of U.S. law firms shows.

Border Patrol Managers Mishandled Whistleblower Calling Out Racism

Watchdog finds retaliation against employee who disclosed illegal searches of black drivers.

When Working From Home Doesn’t Work

IBM pioneered telecommuting. Now it wants people back in the office.

Completion of Border Wall Among Trump's Demands in Exchange for Extending DACA

The Trump administration provided a list of immigration reforms it wants fulfilled for a deal to protect young undocumented immigrants.

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin is shown on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity.

Trump's NASA Pivot

His administration has made the moon a destination, not just a pit stop, on the way to Mars.

Chanara Andrews and Amanda Hsu served as interns with the National Park Service.

What Are You Most Proud of This Year?

A challenge to look beyond metrics during the end-of-year reporting season.

Play of the Day: Mike Pence Tries to Attend a Colts Game

The vice president walked out before the action started on Sunday.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt attends a Cabinet meeting on June 12.

EPA Watchdog Widens Probe of Pruitt’s Travel Expenses

Frequency and costs of all trips, not just those to Oklahoma, are being examined.