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House Approves Budget Plan that Would Cut Federal Employee Benefits

Retirement program, health care cuts could be in the offing for workers.

The Department of Justice Takes a Stand Against Transgender Rights in the Workplace

A new memo rescinds an Obama-era policy on gender-identity discrimination, setting the stage for a possible Supreme Court fight.

A Definition of 'Love' From the Food and Drug Administration

A federal agency managed to do what so few poets and lovers never could.

Mattis speaks at the Presidential Palace in Afghanistan on Sept. 27.

The U.S. Will Be Dropping A Lot More Bombs on Afghanistan

More air support for Afghan forces will help drive the Taliban to the negotiating table, Mattis and Dunford tell Congress.

Play of the Day: Secretaries of State Are Just Like Us

Rex Tillerson's called a press conference to dispute that he called President Donald Trump a "moron."

Needed: A Commitment to Effective Performance Management

Civil service reform is important, but without management reform it’s unlikely to generate the expected results.

Survey: Federal Senior Execs Lack Sufficient Authority to Drive Change

Career leaders “don’t feel empowered,” professional association says.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke speaks at the Heritage Foundation last week. Senior executive Joel Clement said he is resigning due to wasteful spending and Zinke's poor leadership.

Interior Whistleblower Resigns, Citing 'All-Out Assault on the Civil Service'

Joel Clement deplores Ryan Zinke’s leadership, encourages colleagues to "persist" and "resist."

First lady Melania Trump waves next to President Donald Trump from Air Force One upon arrival at the Luis Muñiz Air National Guard Base in San Juan on Tuesday.

What's Happening With the Relief Effort in Puerto Rico?

A timeline of the unprecedented catastrophe of Hurricane Maria