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Civic Education in the Age of Donald Trump's Rise

Public schools in the United States aren’t teaching students how to engage diverse opinions.

Students and protestors listen to speakers during a "United we Dream," rally on Capitol Hil

Does ICE Pressure Schools for Student Information?

While the agency says no, families and education officials take steps to safeguard the undocumented.

HUD Wants to Help You Motivate Co-workers and Boost Morale

June 28-29 coaching conference is open to all federal workers.

Closing Gender Wage Gap Is Good for the GDP

Paying women equally would be good for everyone, studies show.

EPA Official Who Faked CIA Duty Moves to Halfway House

John Beale is paying some restitution out of federal retirement.

There’s New Hope for Proponents of Evidence-Based Policy

A federal commission's top task may be setting a truly bipartisan agenda.

Postal Service Forced to Take Nearly Unprecedented Step of Cutting Prices

This weekend’s move will put USPS back in a dire financial situation, agency says.