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Rafael Moure-Eraso is accused of fomenting a culture of bullying during his time as CSB director.

Bullying, Threats and Chaos at Safety Agency

Chemical Safety Board Chief Rafael Moure-Eraso continues to face accusations of misconduct.

OPM Encourages D.C.-Area Feds to Telework During Africa Summit Next Week

Aug. 4-6 event moves forward despite Ebola outbreak; is expected to cause major traffic disruptions.

Requiem for a Nightmare

The fate of the FBI's J. Edgar Hoover Building—maybe the most despised structure in Washington, D.C.—is virtually sealed.

Put on some real pants.

No Matter What Anyone Tells You, Guys: Sweatpants Are Not The New Jeans

The truth is, adults look better in pants with some structure.

A doctor works in Guinea’s forest region during the Ebola outbreak in March.

Peace Corps Pulls Volunteers from West Africa After Two Exposed to Ebola

Situation is the largest known outbreak on record with roughly 700 deaths across West Africa.

Feds Are Feeling More Out of Touch With Their Managers

Study links to declining satisfaction with internal communications to overall drop in employee morale.

Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., chairwoman of the Appropriations Committee.

Senate Remains Stalled on Spending Bills

A short-term measure will probably be necessary to keep government open after Sept. 30.

Play of the Day: The Weird Logic Behind Corporate Inversion

The Colbert Report wants to know what's exactly involved in such a move.