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Here Are the 3,000 Pages of Clinton Emails Released by State

The candidate's emails from 2009 are part of a wider release that will unfold throughout her campaign.

 Clinton delivers remarks at the Partnership Meeting on Wildlife Trafficking in 2012.

Hillary Clinton's Email Address at State Was in High Demand

A new batch of State Department emails shows that some powerful Washingtonians quickly got Clinton's private email address—and others were eager to get it.

Connecting the Talent Dots

GovConnect helps agencies share skills while employees broaden their experience.

Did someone say "donut?"

Play of the Day: Chris Christie is in the Race. Ready Your Fat Jokes.

Get ready for a parade of jokes about the hefty New Jersey governor.

Former GSA executive Jeff Neely asserted his right to remain silent at a Capitol Hill hearing in 2012.

Ringleader in GSA Scandal Gets Three Months in Prison

Jeff Neely, organizer of $822,000 training conference, also must pay restitution.

Where Are the Government’s Happiest Senior Executives?

The largest agencies in government tend to have the least satisfied career leaders.

Your Boss Has a Much Rosier View of the Workplace Than You Do

Senior executives are happier than their employees, and believe the office is a much fairer place, according to a new analysis.

Christie announces his bid for the presidency in Livingston, N.J.

Why a Chris Christie Presidency Could Mean Major Cuts to Feds' Benefits

The New Jersey governor has put government employees' benefits on the chopping block.

Obama Names New Envoy to Close Guantanamo

The State Department is bringing in a White House legal veteran with deep Democratic ties as part of its latest push to close its detention facility in Cuba.

At Press Conference, Obama Reflects on His 'Best Week'

Next to Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, the president also talked about what to expect regarding the crisis in Greece.