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The Architectural Theory That’s Killing Personal Space at Work

Communal space at work can help spark creativity, but it has a cost.

Are There Too Many 'Outstanding' Senior Executives?

Watchdog worries that agencies aren't making meaningful distinctions in performance ratings and bonuses.

Mitch McConnell Announces a Vote on a Clean DHS Funding Bill Is Coming

The Senate minority leader is making his move to try and prevent a shutdown.

Sunset in Olympic National Forest in Washington state.

Environmentalists Protest Forest Service Job Cuts

Fiscal 2016 budget proposes eliminating 133 jobs in law enforcement.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter arrives at Kandahar on his first visit to Afghanistan since his swearing in.

Watchdog Launches Review on Future Size of Afghan Forces

Move comes on heels of Carter visit and rethinking of U.S. troop strength.

ASA astronaut Barry Wilmore works outside the International Space Station on the first of three spacewalks last week.

Ted Cruz's Mission for NASA: More Space, Less Earth

The new space subcommittee chairman thinks the Obama administration has the agency overly focused on climate change at the expense of exploring the cosmos.

The Salary Increase You Can Expect From a Graduate Degree, By Major

A graphical guide to the returns on extra schooling.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer.

Democrats Say a Short-Term DHS Bill Would Be Terrible. They May Vote for It Anyway.

Despite the dire consequences of a stopgap funding measure, it would be hard for Democrats to oppose.

Rudy Giuliani later tried to clarify his comments.

Play of the Day: Obama Loves America… Or Does He?

Late-night television hosts eviscerate Rudy Giuliani over his comments at a weekend fundraiser.

While Rubio Holds His Fire, Cruz and Paul Attack on the Next Immigration Front

Unlike the Senate's other two GOP presidential contenders, Marco Rubio hasn't taken a stance on Loretta Lynch's nomination.