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"Right now, the Interior appropriations bill in the House is jammed up because a sizable number of House Republicans are eager to protect the status of the Confederate flag on National Park Service grounds," Josh Earnest said Thursday.

White House Spokesman Hammers House Republicans, Trump For Racial Insensitivity

Press secretary Josh Earnest ticked off how House Republicans and Donald Trump are "out of step" with most Americans on race.

11 Ways Bad Bosses Flub Your Performance Reviews

Evaluations are designed to inform as well as motivate, when done well.

Fraud and Gravestone Stealing at the VA

One former VA supervisor is sentenced for accepting $1 million in kickbacks, while another employee pilfered stone from a cemetery to install flooring at his property.

Men Are Both More and Less Intelligent Than Women

Surveys and reports are trying to settle an age-old debate.

OMB Pushes Interagency Collaboration to Modernize Statistics

Regulatory chief seeks to eliminate 'stovepiped' information releases.

Here's Our Chance to Fix Government Once and for All

Landmark legislation would provide the real power needed to cut waste.

Hurricane Katrina destroyed neighborhoods in 2005.

Housing Choices for Poor Families Have Not Improved Since Katrina

A new study shows that vouchers for low-income families in post-Katrina New Orleans haven’t helped integrate or improve neighborhoods.

Cornyn: Deal to Bring Snowden Home Would Be 'Insulting and Inappropriate'

The fugitive leaker should serve at least 12 to 20 years, the Majority Whip said this week.

Most Agencies Embrace Data-Driven Performance Reviews, Watchdog Finds

Homeland Security among those not meeting regularly on progress toward goals.

The 4 Keys to Building Rapport With Your Team

How to tear down the wall between you and your employees.