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Clinton and Trump merchandise sits at a shop in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station.

How to Deal with Election Anger? Try a Little Tenderness

This election season has brought more anger and name-calling than any in recent history, and it has affected many of us. Here are some ways you can ward off some of the stress associated with it.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Pittsburgh Monday.

Federal Employees Around the Country Mobilize in Support of Preferred Candidates

Unions work to get out the vote in presidential, Senate and House races.

It’s Hard to Overstate How Awful the Government’s Pay System Is

Some federal employees are overpaid, while others are woefully underpaid.

Why Morning People Thrive

Some neuroscientists are trying to change school and work hours that discriminate against night owls.

What is the Secret to Success?

Two researchers set out to find out why some people might be better at achieving goals than others. The answer, they found, could lie in implicit beliefs.

Watch the Grim, Ongoing Loss of the Arctic's Historical Ice

According to NASA, the Arctic had 1.2 million square miles of old ice in the 1980s. Today it has just 68,350.

Here Come the New Appointees: 6 Ways to Smooth the Transition

Advice on managing your relationship with the incoming political bosses.

When Civic Degradation Tops Civic Engagement

The next president faces the difficult but essential task of restoring a sense of common purpose.

Legislation by Rep. William Clay, D-Mo., would create a formal process for the public to recommend potential advisory committee members, tighten ethics standards and require selections to be made on a nonpartisan basis.

Federal Advisory Committees' Rosters and Costs Rise, Says CRS

Government spent $367 million last year on part-time bodies offering expertise.

Cowboy Dwane Ehmer, of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January.

History Points to More Dangerous Malheur-style Standoffs

Acquitted in the Malheur takeover trial, Ryan Bundy urges protests against efforts to conserve public lands. Who will protect federal employees?

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