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Sequestration may cancel some July 4 celebrations.

Is a Sequester Tipping Point Coming?

Sequestration was overhyped and the deluge never came. But it may begin to pour this summer.

Leave the Drama Outside

The best teams reduce drama and focus on making their teammates feel good.

Bedbugs Infest Homeland Security Office in Vermont

For the third time since April, exterminators have been called in to deal with the pests.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., right, talks with the committee's ranking Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

House Oversight Leader's Plan to Resuscitate the IRS Scandal

Rep. Darrell Issa is committed to keeping the scandal in the spotlight.

Forest Service Employees Rack Up Improper Travel Card Charges

Most Agriculture cardholders comply with travel policies, , IG finds.

The Case for Making Bike-Share Membership an Employee Benefit

With bike sharing programs growing, organizations start offering access as wellness incentive.

A portrait of Thomas Jefferson by artist Rembrandt Peale

Thomas Jefferson: Home Brewer

Third U.S. president made malt liquor. And he was kind of a snob about it.

When Workers Go On Disability, It Could Have More to do With Depression Than Pain

German study shows the trauma is more emotional than physical.

Rules on Giving Flags to Families of Fallen Feds Announced by OPM

Proposed rule is an implementation of a 2011 law passed by Congress

Top Secret Defense Contractors No Longer Being Reinvestigated

Many personnel with top clearance may be affected by the change.