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Obama Almost Never Vetoes Bills. That's About to Change.

The president has issued only two vetoes in six years, but he's likely to issue a lot more in his final two years.

Walz Abandons Bid for Top Veterans' Affairs Panel Slot

The Army National Guard major faced pushback over seniority concerns and the waiver that's allowed him to stay on the committee.

Obama will address the nation from the White House Thursday night.

President Obama's Long-Awaited Immigration Decree

Republicans are crying overreach, but how will the public react to a plan to shield millions from deportation?

The Murky Boundaries of the Modern Work Day

Americans don't seem to mind long hours that blur the lines between professional and personal life, but they do mind the inability to control their schedules.

Obama to Host His First Meeting With Federal Senior Executives

President will address career SES employees in December.

U.S. Postal Service letter carrier, Jamesa Euler, delivers mail, in Atlanta.

Hackers Possibly Copied Postal Employee Pay Records

About 100 servers and computer workstations were breached in the September intrusion.

OMB to Alter Guidance for Reducing Improper Payments

Deputy controller asks IGs, program managers to reinforce that "it's not sexy" to steal from government.

Reagan and Bush Offer No Precedent for Obama's Amnesty Order

Not only were past executive actions smaller, they didn't work.

The Shrinking of Personal Space at Work

Forget standing desks—some companies are doing away with assigned workstations entirely.

What Performance Management Is and Is Not

The phrase is often used when all anyone is doing is collecting data.