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Agency Returned $4.6 Billion to Wronged Consumers

Republican critics of the 3-year-old Consumer Financial Protection Bureau say it hasn’t received enough oversight.

A Donetsk People Republic's fighter looks on at a block-post near the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine Sunday, July 6, 2014, with a flag of St. George, a symbol widely associated with pro-Russian protests in Ukraine on the background.

Obama on Ukraine's Pro-Russia Separatists: 'What Are They Trying to Hide?'

"We have to make sure that the truth is out," the president said.

Maybe Less Productive Employees Just Need a Little Siesta Time

Sleep-deprived South Korea is encouraging government workers to nap.

Tea Party protestors rally in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2010.

Disruptive Politics

Rising populism is altering the identities of both parties—and scaring the heck out of the establishment.

Don’t Burn Your Calendar at Both Ends

Three surefire ways to stop cramming too much into your weekly planner.

Surrounded by LGBT supporters, President Barack Obama signs executive orders to protect LGBT employees from federal workplace discrimination.

Obama Signs Executive Orders Protecting LGBT Feds and Contractors

President says federal dollars should not go toward supporting discrimination.

The DHS Groundbreaking Ceremony at St. Elizabeths Campus, September 9, 2009

The Federal Government Is Shrinking—Literally

Agencies have reduced their footprint under a White House initiative to make government more efficient.

When Feds Ignore Risk, They Create Risk

Many agencies lack fundamental tools for managing uncertainty.

Is the White House Lying or Just Bad at Crisis Communications?

Ordering a cheeseburger with fries while a downed airline smolders may not have been a great decision.

More Women Around the Globe Are Networking Over Cocktails

All the new ways that professional women are using alcohol to socialize, network, and assert their independence.