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How I Lead: Leadership Lessons from State's Head of eDiplomacy

Director Richard Boly talks fear, managing up and how to turn ideas into action.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Largest Obstacle to Clean Federal Books Is the Pentagon, GAO Chief Says

No one knows exactly how much money the government wastes.

How to Boost Collaboration at Work: Sit at Round Tables

Sitting in a circle encourages sharing, even among 30- or 50-year old professionals.

Your Sedentary Lifestyle Is Turning You Into a Nervous Wreck

Study says exercise is the key to reducing anxiety.

House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Ky., right, talks with House Financial Services and General Government subcommittee Chairman Rep. Ander Crenshaw, R-Fla. during a hearing investigating the IRS.

House Appropriators Slash IRS Budget in Wake of Scandal

Targeting of conservatives by tax-exempt unit cited in 24 percent cut.

In The Office, Ego Is Your Biggest Enemy

Ego can cause escalation in conflicts.

Ordos is mostly a ghost town.

A Chinese City Is Asking Its Companies To Pay Public Sector Salaries Because It Can’t Afford Them

The city of Ordos, in northern China’s Inner Mongolia, had accumulated almost six and a half times its annual revenue in debt.

Why Paid Family Leave Is Good for Everyone (Even People Who Don't Use It)

Family-friendly laws signal a broad social consensus that citizens have a right to do both caregiving and paid work.

This Is Your Brain on Power

Having influence over others gets to your head. And for the past decade, scientists have been exploring how.