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The Science of Job Interviews

We have a bias toward positive information when we’re judging a person’s abilities.

Many on the Hill Fear a 'Zombie' Congress

Some congressional Republicans want to put an end all lame-duck legislation—lest members yield to the urge “to feast upon the hard-earned tax dollars of the living.”

Play of the Day: More on the Harriet Tubman $20

Jackson and Tubs sounds like a buddy cop movie more than currency design.

When to Switch Jobs to Get the Biggest Salary Increase

Staying too long means smaller raises when you leave.

Social Security: To Delay or Not to Delay?

Deciding when to claim a Social Security retirement benefit can get complicated.

Treasury Department headquarters in Washington.

House Passes Six IRS Reform Bills as Agency Releases Filing Season Stats

The tax agency received fewer returns compared with last year.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., led the coalition of House members asking OPM to issue regulations banning the box.

Lawmakers Push Obama to Follow Through on Easing Federal Hiring of Former Criminals

Congress loses faith in its own bill, asks White House to ensure agencies "ban the box."

More Senior Executives Honored For Their Work in 2015

The number of top career officials receiving the nation’s highest award for civil service nearly doubled between 2014 and 2015.

Obama Wants This Presidential Transition to Be as Good as 2008’s – Or Better

The White House has started the process of meeting with the remaining 2016 candidates, New York Times reports.