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Study: There is a Downside For Organizations That Allow Working From Home

When fewer people work in the office, they don’t get the social or productivity benefits they expect from being around friends, close colleagues, and managers.

Spending Turnaround at USDA Is Good News for Rural Families

Program chief makes sure no housing funds are left on the table.

Is a Shutdown Possible if the House Can't Elect a New Speaker?

If conservatives deny Kevin McCarthy the 218 votes he needs to win, just about anything’s possible.

Senior Executives Association President Will Retire in November

Carol Bonosaro will become president emeritus; group to announce new leader soon.

Senators Look to Change Federal Rules for Electronic Health Records

The measure aims to fix the system’s problems—but also make them more transparent.

Marines set up perimeter security during a fast rope exercise at Auxiliary Airfield 2, Yuma, Ariz.

Senate Moves Defense Policy Bill One Step Closer to Obama’s Veto Pen

But enough Democrats got on board to give Republicans the votes to override it in the Senate.

Play of the Day: Are Voters Souring on Donald Trump?

Late-night hosts look at the slumping GOP frontrunner.

The awards are known as the Oscars of government.

Federal Employees to Be Honored for Achievements in Fighting Cancer, Ebola and More

Service to America Medal winners will be celebrated at black tie event in Washington.

Mars Once Had a Magnetic Field and an Ocean. Where Did They Go?

A new mission is setting out to discover what happened to aspects of the red planet.