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Sleepy Monday Is Making You Cranky, Lazy and Possibly Dangerous

If you're feeling drowsy at work today, you're not alone.

Betsy DeVos speaks at the HBCU Luncheon at Library of Congress in February.

The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights's Volatile Power

The influence of the office has waxed and waned with each administration. How will it fare under Betsy DeVos?

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., is working to ease the hiring process at Customs and Border Protection, along with two colleagues.

Senators Push Reforms to Help Trump Achieve Promised Federal Hiring Surge

Lawmakers look to roll back 2010 law aimed at reducing corruption.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to department employees in February.

The Top U.S. Diplomat No Longer Receives Visits From Other Top Diplomats

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was only told about the Mexican foreign minister's visit the night before and didn't get to meet him.

Conway was counseled but not disciplined for her on-air endorsement of Ivanka Trump's fashion line.

Ethics Office Challenges Claim That Many Rules Don't Apply to White House Staff

Kellyanne Conway's press room infomercial goes unpunished as "inadvertent" violation.

A Behavioral Economist Tries to Fix Email

Inbox maintenance was taking up a lot of Dan Ariely’s time, so he decided to study it as he would anything else.

President Trump signs executive orders in January, including the hiring freeze.

Senior Executives Leader Calls for Selective Pause in Hiring Freeze

Professional association president cites “leadership vacuum” at certain agencies.

House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks at a press conference on Republicans' health care plan.

GOP’s Obamacare Replacement May Reduce Bureaucracy, but Not Bureaucrats

Former federal leaders say workforce would shift and adapt to Republican overhaul.

Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Might Turn Out to be Nearly as Good as Building a Wall

The number of immigrants illegally crossing into the US has already dropped.

Analysis: Why Trump’s ‘Skinny’ Budget is Already Dead

Trump is proposing a budget with little substance and filled with politically toxic spending cuts, making it very unlikely to go anywhere, even in a Republican Congress.

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