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Some Presidential Management Fellows Find Their Agencies and Managers Lacking

The competitive and prestigious two-year program still remains overwhelmingly popular, according to a new survey.

The Most Important Retirement Decision

Hint: It involves thinking about what happens after your death.

Tornado Swarms Are Now Upon Us

Twisters are arriving more frequently in large "clusters," say NOAA scientists.

Fighting ISIS's Messaging Online Is Key to Victory

The leader of the international coalition against ISIS said that combating the group’s message online is as important as defeating them militarily.

Thomas Frieden attends a meeting with the president and other officials via teleconference Oct. 15.

Battling Ebola Without a Surgeon General

A strange set of circumstances has brought Thomas Frieden, the director of CDC, into the national spotlight.

Morale Problems? What Would Your Employees Do?

Improving performance starts with winning hearts and minds.

Americans Prefer Male Bosses, Even though Women are Better for Business

Though the popularity of women bosses has improved since the 1950s, it hasn’t changed much in this century.

TSA Administrator to Resign

Agency’s labor-friendly and longest serving chief will step down at the end of the year.

Ebola Has the FDA Working Overtime on Reviewing Experimental Drugs

"It's like a race against time," says one top U.S. health official about fighting the deadly virus.

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich.

Federal Health Officials Face Questions from All Sides on Capitol Hill

Democrats are focused on budget cuts to health agencies, while GOP questions the competence of the U.S. response to the Ebola crisis.