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One-Third of Feds Won't Commit to Staying During Trump Administration

Feds are opposed to the president-elect's plans to shrink size and scope of government.

Does Your Job Make You Miserable?

It’s easy to understand why people with low wages and terrible bosses are unhappy, but what about the rest?

Power speaks in Seoul in October.

Russian Hackers Will Try ‘Again and Again,’ Warns Samantha Power

In her parting speech, Obama’s UN ambassador says it is ‘naive’ to think Russia won’t keep meddling to destabilize the West.

How To Measure Trump’s Performance

Pay close attention to the number of House Republicans looking for promotions to the Senate. If they stay put, it’s a sign the president is losing political clout.

Two Cases Could Limit or Enhance Trump's Ability to Engage in Mass Deportations

The Supreme Court will examine two cases that could tell us how the conservative justices feel about the president-elect’s plan for mass deportations.

Play of the Day: Putin Weighs In On The Trump Rumors

The Russian leader had a weird explanation for this whole mess.

Rex Tillerson gestures while testifying on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Four Key Times Presidential Nominees Failed to Gain Senate Confirmation

An analysis of four failed presidential cabinet nominees reveals what obstacles Trump's nominees might face during the confirmation process.

A Managers Guide to the New Administration

What federal leaders can expect in the coming months.

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