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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel

Still No Word on Defense Furloughs

Navy seeks to exempt public shipyard workers from unpaid leave, official says.

Can't Focus? Try Breathing

A quick trick to help you relax and ease the tension of the day.

Libyan President Mohammed el-Megarif spoke at the memorial service in Tripoli, Libya, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, for U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens.

How Can We Understand Benghazi Without Probing the CIA's Role?

The attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens targeted a CIA operation, not a 'diplomatic post.'

Analysis: Benghazi, IRS Storms Threaten Obama's Credibility

What does it mean when a president's people can't get their stories straight?

The 10 Most Amazing Space Videos Filmed Aboard the ISS

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's most fascinating videos about life in space.

FAA No Longer Needs to Close 149 Contract Towers

Recently signed law will allow funds to be shifted so the towers can stay open through September

Why Seeking Help Doesn't Make You Look Bad

Many employees look for help in all the wrong places--and that damages performance.

The Telework Generation Gap

The divide between the old and young is revealed in attitudes toward telework.

Bill Aims to Protect Military Sex Assault Victims

Measure strengthens whistleblower rights for service members who report sexual violence.