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How Poor Communication Fosters Distrust in Government

If federal operations seem opaque to the public, it’s often by design.

Clinton speaks at a Women for Hillary event in New York the day before the primary.

Hillary Clinton Assembled a Dream Team of Women to Campaign for Her in New York

Rally on the eve of the state's primary included New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand and former Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords,

Elizabeth Warren's Bill Aims to Make Taxes Less Awful

A new bill in the Senate would let the IRS provide taxpayers with pre-filled forms. Naturally, tax-software companies oppose it.

Play of the Day: John Kasich Explains Passover. Kind of.

Touring Brooklyn, the 2016 hopeful makes an awkward speech to some Jews.

Benchmarking: A Practical Guide for Federal Agencies

Streamlining mission-support functions has the potential to transform agency operations.

Here's How USPS Cut $10 Billion in Labor Costs Since 2006

IG says the agency is not using "sustainable strategies."

Amanda Bennett, the new director of Voice of America

VOA Swears in Pulitzer Winner as New Director After Yearlong Vacancy

Veteran journalist Amanda Bennett also has overseas experience.

The Science of Keeping Your Cool Around Co-Workers Causing You Stress

When it comes to work stress, the best thing you can do is pretend you’re someone else.

The IRS Warns U.S. Taxpayers: Confess Before We Get to the Panama Papers

“People hiding assets offshore should recognize the continued changes and progress in the international tax arena,” the IRS said in a statement.

Soldiers pilot an AH-64D Apache Longbow during a training exercise last week.

U.S. Troops, Apache Helicopters Are Being Sent to Iraq to Fight in Mosul

The U.S. will help Iraqi forces in their campaign against ISIS in the city.