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The Complete Guide to Sitting at Your Desk

Desk work can take a toll on your body, and it’s the sitting still that causes the problem.

OPM Changes Snow Day Leave Policy

Feds scheduled to be on vacation or sick leave when Washington-area offices close because of an emergency now won’t get an automatic excused absence.

You Really Can Work Longer Hours Without Killing Your Productivity

But anything over a 49-hour week, really doesn't improve employee output.

Michele Bachmann ran for president in the 2012 election cycle.

The Spirited and Strange Lawmakers Leaving Congress Soon

The Capitol will lose some of its most memorable characters, from the longest-serving representative in history to a conservative firebrand who used her brief service to become a household name.

Obama Speaks on Changes to 'Rigid' Cuba Policy

The president delivered remarks on Wednesday following news the U.S. would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.

How to Beat Bureaucracy and Change a Federal Agency

Rajiv Shah leaves an impressive legacy at the U.S. Agency for International Development.

GPO Rebrands Itself for the Digital Era

The Government Printing Office is no more—it’s now the Government Publishing Office.

Ex-Homeland Security Investigator Draws 3 Years in Prison for Falsifying Records

Texas-based Eugenio Pedraza was found guilty of impeding agency criminal investigations.

Retroactive Mass Transit Benefit Boost Heads to Obama’s Desk

Federal employees riding public transportation will now receive same tax break as drivers.

Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas

Former Staffer to Oversight Subcommittee Chair Sues, Alleging Sexual Harassment

According to court documents filed Monday, the congressman "regularly drank to excess" and admitted to another employee that he had "sexual fantasies" and "wet dreams" about a staffer.