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Obama Freezes SES Hiring and Gives Appointees a Resignation Deadline

The moratorium will give Trump more influence on federal agencies, officials said.

President-elect Donald Trump greets Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, as he arrive at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster clubhouse on Sunday in Bedminster, N.J.

Trump Team Won’t Say Whether New Administration Will Cut or Close Any Federal Agencies

Spokesman also announced landing team leaders who will meet with several agencies.

Jess Lee went from Polyvore CEO to Sequoia partner.

Introverts Can Use Vulnerability to Become Strong Leaders

"If [your employees] see you be vulnerable then they’re more willing to be vulnerable with you. That’s part of what makes leaders approachable."

The Challenge of Selecting a New Treasury Secretary

Critics lament that the department is often headed by a Wall Street financier, but the job requires expertise that only insiders tend to possess.

A U.S. Air Force F-15 Eagle from the 67th Fighter Squadron takes off Nov. 16, 2016, at Kadena Air Base, Japan.

Decision Time: Half of U.S. F-15s Need Overhauls — Or Retirement

In a backseat ride over New Hampshire, the Eagle shows why it’s still lethal, yet increasingly expensive.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as he speaks with retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn during a town hall in September.

Trump ISIS Strategy Worries Top House Armed Services Democrat

HASC's Rep. Adam Smith, in a C-SPAN-hosted interview, challenged Trump's incoming team to produce a national security strategy that doesn’t alienate the U.S. military's Muslim partners fighting terrorism.

President Barack Obama and his daughters Sasha and Malia participate in the annual National Thanksgiving Turkey pardon ceremony in the Rose Garden with National Turkey Federation Chairman Jihad Douglas in 2015.

What is Behind the Turkey Pardoning Ritual?

The presidential turkey pardoning draws on a language of forgiveness, common to many religious traditions.

Attorney General-designate Janet Reno is sworn in before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in 1993.

Reflecting on Janet Reno, America’s First Female Attorney General, and her Example of Public Service

At a time when politicians are struggling to gain the public's trust, Janet Reno's legacy as an honest, humble public servant may serve as an example moving forward from the election.

Play of the Day: The Secret to Donald Trump's Success

From his TV show to his cabinet, the man knows how to make himself look good.

Trump and his family cut the ribbon during the grand opening of Trump International Hotel in Washington in October.

Is It Really So Bad to Have a Business Mogul as President?

Donald Trump has never held public office, but executive and global leadership are wholly interlinked so business offers some important lessons for the president-elect.

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