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There Really Are More Pregnant Women at the Office

In the past fifty years, more Americans have decided to work during pregnancy.

Protestors rally in support of Edward Snowden in 2013.

Edward Snowden Unwittingly Killed Justice's Mass-Surveillance Program

By exposing the NSA’s spying regime, the former contractor forced the department to shut down a separate phone-surveillance operation.

Do Your Stakeholders ‘Like’ You on Facebook?

Influencers can make or break your social media presence.

Are State Department Contractors Shortchanging Whistleblowers?

Watchdog finds ethics codes that 'may have chilling effect' on reporting waste and fraud.

David Ensor, center, director of the Voice of America, listens to Cambodian Buddhist monks near Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in 2012.

VOA Director Steps Down in Another Dramatic Shift at Broadcasting Board

David Ensor reorganized Voice of America’s central newsroom.

A Secret Service agent rides his bike by the White House on April 7 during widespread power outages across Washington.

Widespread Power Outages Send Some Washington-Area Feds Home

OPM offers its non-essential workers early dismissal during outage that has affected agencies in the region.

Ensuring Women a Seat at Every Table

Women entering the workforce are more likely to be on a management track than they were a decade ago.

Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee in January.

2016 Senate Republicans Face Decision on Lynch Nomination

The Attorney General nomination process has gone on far longer than anticipated in debate over immigration.

Competitive eaters feast on wings during the 2012 Wing Bowl in Philadelphia.

Your Next Best Hire Might Be a Competitive Eater

Succeeding at competitive eating is something more akin to solving multiple puzzles at once.

CMS Reverses Medicare Advantage Cuts

For the third year in a row, Medicare Advantage will receive a payment increase in 2016 instead of proposed cuts.