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How to Avoid a Sexual Harassment Claim

Respect is key—for every employee, and for the work that’s being done.

The Cost of Trump's Attacks on the FBI

When cabinet officials don’t push back on Trump’s efforts to delegitimize their agencies, they leave their staff frustrated and demoralized.

A Former U.S. Diplomat Is Visiting North Korea To 'Test The Waters' For Diplomacy

It will be the highest-level visit in more than six years, and takes place with the region on edge over North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.

Supreme Court Allows Trump Travel Ban to Take Effect

The ban does not apply to permanent residents, also known as green card holders, or to dual nationals who travel on the passport of the non-restricted country.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump, John Dowd and Twitter

The president's personal lawyer said he wrote a potentially incriminating tweet about Michael Flynn.

A sign posted at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2013 government shutdown alerts visitors to its closure.

Agencies Begin Posting Their Shutdown Furlough Plans

White House officials warned agencies they should begin preparing for a lapse in appropriations.

Donald Trump holds up a signed proclamation to shrink the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments at the Utah State Capitol on Monday.

In Unprecedented Move, Trump Shrinks Two National Monuments

The decision significantly reduces public land designated by prior presidents.

Are Smartphones Making Us Less Productive?

This is not an idle thought, but a serious question recently posed by the Bank of England.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has not delivered promised analysis, senator says.

Treasury Watchdog Probes Mnuchin's Handling of Tax Reform 'Study'

Democratic senator accuses secretary of overstating career staff research that was not made public.