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Federal Judge Reinstates Ousted AFGE Official

Investigation against alleged misdeeds by Eugene Hudson was led by an official who had previously described him as a “Master Grifter.”

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, sent a letter about Sharley to Intelligence Committee leaders.

A Delay in the Confirmation of Trump’s CIA Watchdog Nominee is Looking More Likely

Whistleblowers go public claiming Sharpley misled Congress on pending reprisal complaints.

The EPA Is Taking Years to Resolve Discrimination and Harassment Cases

The agency is far from meeting its requirement to issue decisions within 60 days.

Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Paul Volcker.

Celebrating the Legacy of a Public Service Legend

It would be hard to overstate Paul Volcker’s contributions to government service.

Departures would be necessary under Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's reorganization plan.

State Department Confirms It Is Offering Buyouts to Entice 641 Employees to Leave

Tillerson’s controversial reorganization plan will require an 8 percent cut that cannot be reached through normal attrition.

The Woman Standing Between The White House and the Mass Deportation of 450,000 People

Elaine Duke is a "soft-spoken, modest woman who drives a Prius." Now she's battling with the White House.

President Donald Trump holds up his glass as Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte gives a toast at an ASEAN Summit dinner at the SMX Convention Center in Manila Sunday.

Hamburgers, Disputed Shrimp, Kung Pao Chicken: Trump’s Meals in Asia

An less-than-adventurous diner, the American president also had vanilla ice-cream, teriyaki chicken, and Tex-Mex on his trip.

Employee Group Raises Concerns That New Park Service Uniforms Could Increase Disease Risk

35,000 federal employees could put both themselves and the environment at risk, group says.

Whether You Can Work Well From Home Depends On These Three Things

Here's your guide to answering the question, "should I work from home today?"

 Scott Kelly on a Dec. 21, 2015 spacewalk outside the International Space Station.

The Management Lessons Retired Astronaut Scott Kelly Learned in Space

A conflict-free workplace has been discovered, 250 miles away from Earth.