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Why CEOs Like Rex Tillerson Fail in Washington

Although the former secretary of state’s contentious relationship with the president didn’t help matters, Tillerson’s management style left a department in disarray.

Lawmakers Expect Massive Spending Bill Tuesday, Face Tight Turnaround to Avoid Shutdown

Despite budget deal, omnibus unveiling has been repeatedly delayed by outstanding issues.

Facebook Just Blocked This Cambridge Analytica Affiliate. Why Does It Still Have a State Department Contract?

Strategic Communications Laboratories worked with Cambridge Analytica, which reportedly used social media data to target likely Trump voters.

Government Needs to Rethink Employee Compensation Plans

Now is not the time to experiment with pay—it affects careers and could be highly disruptive.

A swamp?

Poll: The 'Deep State' Scares the Heck Out of Most Americans

Only 13% were actually familiar with the term, though.

Then acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe testifies at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Dec. 23, 2017.

Denying FBI’s McCabe His Pension Would Be Unusual, Attorneys Say

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to fire 22-year FBI veteran Andrew McCabe may be plowing new ground in federal employment law.