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A flag hands on the Department of Justice headquarters in Washington.

Justice Reform in the U.S. Should Start With Probation

As the Justice Department probes the police crisis in Ferguson, leaders must also look at racial biases in the probation system.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald wants to flatten VA's hierarchy.

New VA Chief Wants to Fire More Employees . . . Respectfully

Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald says firing execs more quickly will take some time.

CBO: Sequestration Cuts Are Unlikely This Year

The 2014 budget remains sufficient to avoid across-the-board reductions before the fiscal year ends.

The Beauty-Happiness Connection

Looking at lovely things—and people—can improve quality of life

Redskins Appeal PTO Rejection of Controversial Name's Trademark

Some are calling for a legislative response amid the Ferguson firestorm.

The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building in Washington.

The FBI Spied on the Wrong People Because of Typos

A new inspector general report concludes that the agency has collected communications data on the wrong targets due to typographical errors.

Partial Quality Management

What we were saying 20 years ago about improving government performance.

The Latest Perk: Force Employees to Enjoy Vacation by Deleting Their Email

When employees go on vacation, they can turn on “Mail on Holiday,” which automatically deletes all incoming emails.

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