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How to Stay Calm on Public Transit

Even in a crisis, it doesn't pay to freak out.

Obama’s Budget Touts Progress Within Federal Workforce, but Offers it Nothing New

White House again calls for overhaul of outdated federal civil service.

How Many Jobs Would Obama’s Budget Add at Your Agency?

The Securities and Exchange Commission, VA, Education and Labor would grow the most under the proposal.

Obama Again Urges Paid Parental Leave for Federal Employees

The president's fiscal 2017 budget reiterates support for six weeks of paid administrative leave for feds after the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child.

OPM Seeks To Honor (and Reward) Top-Performing Executives

But agencies warned to consider the government’s fiscal situation in determining how many names to put forward for Presidential Rank Awards.

Agency Websites Found to Be More Jargon-Filled Today Than 5 Years Ago

Geological Survey and Mint score best for plain writing in study from Web content analysis firm.

Trump and Sanders Are Doing Well Because They Tap Into the Same Anxious Feelings

They both foment outrage at trade policies that have hurt America’s middle class.

Jimmy Carter during his presidency.

Zero-Based Budgeting: Everything Old is New Again

The budgeting method seems to be back in vogue 39 years after Jimmy Carter introduced it to the federal government.

Win or Lose, Ryan Will Bear Budget Burden

The speaker who made his name writing aggressive spending blueprints now risks not passing one.

Play of the Day: Chris Christie Knows Marco Rubio is Caught in a Loop

Is the Floridian repeating a specific talking point or just sponsored by Vine?