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Play of the Day: Putin and Obama Have an Awkward Meeting in New York

The two presidents shook hands, ate lunch and held talks during the United Nations General Assembly.

Please Don’t Talk About THAT

It's high time everybody in the organization gets to have their say.

Why Your Strategy Is Failing

To keep the team invested, make sure you have all your ducks in a row.

Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., says “Small businesses should not be forced to settle unproven claims."

Obama Officials Defend Fair Pay Rule Against ‘Blacklist’ Charges

Contractors, GOP lawmakers warn of record-keeping burden.

Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., introduced the bill.

Troops Would Get Paid On Time During Shutdown Under Bill

Republican reintroduces Pay Our Military Act, which would also ensure some civilians do not miss a paycheck if government closes.

What the FBI Crime Stats Can – And Can't – Tell Us About Crime

The bureau released its national crime statistics for 2014 on Monday, but there are important caveats.

John McCain: Pentagon’s Lack of Cyber Policy Is Illegal

Senators pressed Defense and intelligence officials on rules of war for cyberspace at a Tuesday hearing.

Feds Will Pay 7.4 Percent More Toward Health Care Premiums in 2016

On average, the rise of overall premium costs doubled compared to last year's increase.

IRS Gave Executive Bonuses Totaling $6 Million Over Five Years

Tax Analysts’ FOIA suit details 1,269 performance awards averaging $4,483.

Gender Inequality Is Costing the World $28 Trillion

A new report quantifies what enlightened employers have long known: gender parity in the workforce has enormous value.