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FAA (Finally) Eases Restrictions on Gadgets

Policy change can go into effect as soon as airlines are ready.

Employees Who Qualify for Security Clearances Owe $85M in Back Taxes

GAO estimates debts to gauge risk of financial vulnerability.

Does Your Team Suck…or Are You Just a Bad Leader?

How to tell the difference (and what to do about it).

Taxpayers Will Cover Legal Defense of IRS Workers Hit by Scandal

Justice Department hires two firms to represent 19 employees based mostly in Cincinnati.

Veterans participate in a Veterans Day parade in Atlanta in November.

Veterans Hiring Reaches 20-Year High in 2012

Federal agencies have been making a concerted effort to bring on more veterans since 2009.

Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel

Acting IRS Chief Bemoans Travel and Training Cuts

Pendulum could swing back too far in wake of overspending, Werfel says during leadership award ceremony.

Chimps Endure Congressional Monkey Business

NIH expects to hit spending limit for retired chimps by mid-November.

Scientists Find Possible Cause of Bipolar Disorder

NIH-funded genomic advances help unravel the mysteries of bipolar disorder.

House Passes Bill to Speed Up VA Claims Appeals Process

Legislation mandates more details on backlogged claims.

The Perils of Breaking Promises to Employees

An examination of trust and productivity in the workplace.