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Why Your Routine Is Killing Your Creativity

From preschool to the workplace, we’ve been conditioned to follow an agenda.

U.S. Army soldiers patrol the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan's Kunar province in 2009.

House Passes Major Bill Overhauling Military Retirement

The fiscal 2016 Defense authorization act automatically enrolls new troops into the Thrift Savings Plan.

Awards and Job Satisfaction Surveys Issued to Boost Federal Workers' Morale

Courageous DHS employees receive honor, while randomly selected feds across government get a chance to voice their opinions.

SIGAR staff at the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan in January 2014.

U.S. Bid to Stand Up Afghan Aviation Capabilities Falters

SIGAR warns $562 million effort may require a new training contract.

Agency Compliance with Records Act Remains Spotty

GAO stresses need for training, reporting and high-level leadership.

5 Critical Mistakes That Blunt Leadership Effectiveness

One in two people have left a job to get away from a manager.

And at only $349, buying one is truly an act of affordable care.

Jeb Bush Thinks the Apple Watch Can Help Replace Obamacare

And he's not the only prominent Republican wearing the Apple Watch these days.

Obama speaks to service members in New Jersey in December.

Obama Commits U.S. to Defend Gulf Arab Allies' Territory

The president declares commitment to regional allies worried about America's engagement with Iran.

Mitch McConnell speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in March.

McConnell Introduces Short-Term Reauthorization of Patriot Act

The majority leader’s new legislation would extend NSA mass spying only until July 31.