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Why Every Agency Needs a Chief Management Officer

The top leader can't do it all in a mere 168-hour week.

A sign protesting the Keystone XL pipeline stands in Nebraska in 2013.

The Last-Ditch Environmental Push to Defeat Keystone XL

Greens are desperate to keep pro-pipeline majority under veto-proof levels.

RFK Stadium is situated on land owned by the federal government.

Why D.C. Better Hope It Wins the U.S. Olympic Bid

The city is already sticking itself with the worst downsides of hosting the games. At least this way, it would be forced to make crucial improvements.

People attend a demonstration in solidarity with those killed in the shooting Wednesday.

Wednesday's Paris Attack Is an Assault on American Values

When Obama committed U.S. forces to combat the Islamic State, he said it was necessary to defend the nation’s core beliefs. That’s why an assault on a French newspaper hits so close to home.

Big Idea 2015: The Future of Work Is Already Here

Work isn't just work, it is an integral part of who we are as human beings.

Obama, Democrats Take Keystone XL Fight to Republicans

Pipeline opponents grabbed the spotlight as the new congressional session began.

Seven in 10 Federal Managers Sometimes Predetermine Who Will Fill Job Vacancies

Federal hiring laws are no longer protecting a fair and open process, report finds.

A licensed clinician sanitizes his hands after a simulated training session on Ebola given by CDC in October.

This Is What Functioning Government Looks Like

After an embarrassing start, public-private sector leaders get their acts together on Ebola.

In Search of Heroes of the Public Service

The nomination deadline for this year’s Service to America Medals is quickly approaching.

Joe Biden takes a "selfie" with Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's grandson A.J. Bellabona  Tuesday.

The Best Joe Biden Quotes From the Senate's First Day

It's not a proper swearing-in ceremony unless the vice president tells you that you clearly married up.