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The Weakening Definition of 'Diversity'

Millennials think that diversity is less about race and gender than it is about different “experiences.” What does this mean for America?

NASA scientists study the Chukchi Sea ice in 2011.

Nobody Trusts Barack Obama on Energy

Environmentalists are mad and the industry is skeptical about Interior’s decision to allow Arctic oil drilling, and both sides worry about what comes next.

Smart Hiring: The Quality Imperative

Generating more applicants does not yield better applicants.

Acting Social Security Administration Commissioner Carolyn Colvin.

Social Security’s Acting Chief Pushes Long-Term Vision

“We recognize that changes will be necessary,” Carolyn Colvin says.

Leaders Are Willing to Get Uncomfortable

You must ask yourself the hard questions first, before you can build a successful team.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., sponsored legislation targeting bonuses.

Panel Discusses Bill Rescinding VA Employee Bonuses

Senate hearing weighs pros and cons of clawing back bonuses of employees involved in patient wait list debacle.

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Six reasons agencies aren't managing risk effectively.

Here's The Procedure Obamacare Enrollees Had Been Putting Off

Knee replacements are unusually popular for the newly insured, study finds.

In One of the Happiest Places on the Earth, More People Work Part-time

Over half of all Dutch workers work less than 36 hours per week.