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6 Ways to Get Important People to Email You Back

Ways you can perfect the art of email writing--and get a response when you need it.

Why Is It So Hard to Hire Great People?

Inside the messy art (and questionable science) of predicting stars at Google, the NFL, and the NBA

Focus on What You Can Do Now

One of the biggest barriers to being present is worrying about what might happen in the future.

An outdoor screen in Hong Kong shows an Edward Snowden interview.

Why Edward Snowden Is Looking to Ecuador for Asylum

President Rafael Correa welcomed Julian Assange into the "club of the persecuted." Will he do the same for Snowden?

Obama Nominates a Pentagon Inspector General

Current FDIC watchdog Jon Rymer would fill slot vacant for 18 months.

White House Press Secretary Hasn't Known the Answer 1,905 Times

Nearly 10,000 times, Carney declined to answer, passed off the question or claimed ignorance.

The One Question The Best Federal Leaders Ask Themselves

Former OMB Performance Director Shelley Metzenbaum shares the secret of high performing agencies.

How to Improve Employee Satisfaction by 50 Percent

When the mortgage industry bottomed out, Ginnie Mae doubled down on improving employee satisfaction.

Analysis: Obama Gives Nod to Transparency ... in Private

The president tries to assure Americans he's not trampling the Bill of Rights.

Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., has introduced a bill that would fire any federal employee who refuses to answer questions or gives false testimony at a congressional hearing.

Congressman Would Fire Feds Who Don’t Answer His Questions

Bill written after IRS official declined to respond at a congressional hearing.