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COLA Boost is Hovering Around 1.8 Percent Now

The exact cost-of-living adjustment for 2015 won’t be known until October when all the numbers are in.

President Obama announced new mental health initiatives during the American Legion national convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Aug. 26, 2014.

How Obama Plans to Fix Veterans’ Mental Health Care

The White House boasts progress on improving services, but Republicans aren’t impressed.

Ex-Pentagon Management Chief Isn't Worried By Spate of Staff Departures

DeLoitte’s Beth McGrath says old office is in good hands, Defense agencies will find audit "illuminating."

The Complete Guide to Swearing at Work

The occasional profanity can be an effective way to manage frustration and diffuse tension.

Scientists Go Beyond Science to Explain Their Climate Terror

New site hosts handwritten letters from scientists expressing their fears about climate change.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., introduced the legislation.

It Could Get a Lot Harder for Social Security to Close Field Offices

Senator introduces bill that would require a public comment period on planned closures and a report to Congress.

Women rally in support of Obamacare in front of the Supreme Court in 2012.

Democrats Are (Slowly) Learning to Love Obamacare

Democrats are getting more comfortable talking about the law, but don’t expect them to make it a central part of their campaigns.

Police prepare to advance after using tear gas to disperse protesters in Ferguson, Mo.

No, the Ferguson Police's Weapons Did Not Come From the Pentagon

The question of police militarization may not be purely the military's to answer.

Strategic Planning: Are Agencies Set Up to Fail?

Missions are in jeopardy unless leaders look beyond the Results Act's five-year horizon.