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Proof That All People in Power Should Get a Good Night's Sleep

A new study suggests lack of sleep makes it harder to regulate negative emotions, and could make managers and bosses more likely to lash out.

A New Trial Is Under Way for Occupiers of Federal Facility in Oregon

After initial group was acquitted, DOJ promises to ensure justice is served.

Mulvaney testifies on Capitol Hill in January.

Senate Clears Proponent of Workforce Cuts as Trump’s Budget Director

Mulvaney confirmed as administration is reportedly drafting an executive order to reorganize agencies and curb duplication.

Why the Puzder Nomination Fell Apart

The fast-food mogul faced opposition from both liberal and conservative groups, though for different reasons.

Who Is Most Likely to Leave Government During the First Year of a New Administration?

One in 10 senior executives depart during that time period, research finds.

How to Work for a Human Tornado

How to work for a leader who creates all kinds of terrible weather.

GAO Expands List of Programs Vulnerable to Waste, Fraud and Abuse

There are new red flags on the 2020 Census, tribal programs, environmental liabilities.

The Apollo 11 liftoff as seen from Launch Complex 39 press site, July 16, 1969

The Lost Stories of NASA's 'Pink-Collar' Workforce

A newspaper series from America’s golden age of space exploration offers a rare glimpse into the lives of the agency’s secretaries and stenographers.

Activists protest against Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder in front of Sen. Marco Rubio's office Feb. 9 in Doral, Fla.

GOP Leaders Reportedly Pressed Trump To Withdraw Labor Secretary Pick

Fast food executive Andrew Puzder drew fierce opposition from labor groups and others.

Do Performance Incentives Make People Greedy?

How we are rewarded shifts our values in surprising ways.

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