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Hikers walk the Ryan Ranch Trail at Joshua Tree National Park, one of the parks affected by the proposed fee increase.

Will Higher Fees Hurt the National Park Service's Diversity Efforts?

A trip to Yosemite or Yellowstone doesn’t come cheap. Some experts worry raising the entrance fee from $25 to $70 could make a difference in who is welcomed.

President Trump at a tax reform event Aug. 30.

Trump’s Plan to Ban Transgender Military Personnel Hits a Roadblock

A federal court ruling creates another setback for the president’s efforts to roll back many of his predecessor’s policies.

State Department Rejoins Presidential Management Fellows Program

The agency will accept a handful of fellows in 2018 after unexpectedly withdrawing from the PMF program this year.

Three Basic Truths About People That Busy Leaders Should Not Ignore

It’s sometimes too easy to lose sight of some bedrock management principles.

Puerto Rico Terminates Controversial Contract to Restore Its Power

Arrangement had caused concern at FEMA and on Capitol Hill.

Paul Manafort walks in New York in 2016.

Former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort Faces 12 Federal Charges

An indictment against him for conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money, false statements, and other charges, is the first to emerge from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia interference in the 2016 election.

One Step At a Time: Simple Nudges Can Increase Lifestyle Physical Activity

Dropping old, bad habits is hard, but starting new, good ones may not be so difficult. Or so a recent study suggests. Read how a simple sign at an airport made a difference.

Intel IG’s Decision to Rescind Job Offer Spells Trouble for Whistleblowers, Critics Say

Past deputy inspector general warns Senate Judiciary panel of a “blatant attack” on functions.