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Hillary Clinton greets voters in 1992.

Clinton's Email Scandal Doesn't Register With Young Voters

The youngest members of the 2016 electorate don't remember her first time as a White House resident, and they see her differently because of it.

Baby Boomers Were Job-Hopping Before It Was Cool

New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the notion of the "company man" died not recently, but long ago.

Veterans Affairs Interim Undersecretary for Health Carolyn Clancy testifies on Capitol Hill in February.

Despite Upticks, VA Defends Improvements in Wait Times for Care

Officials dispute media reports claiming improvements are overstated.

Half of American Workers Have Left a Job Because They Hated Their Boss

Gallup estimates that managers who are "actively disengaged" cost the US economy close to $400 billion annually.

Think You Know Which Agencies Are Most Innovative?

You’ll probably be surprised by some of the contenders in a new ranking.

For a More Creative Brain, Travel

How international experiences can open the mind to new ways of thinking

Do Government Employees Have Freedom of Speech?

When speaking your mind, you're still part of your agency's brand.

Apple Computer employees and family members march during the 44th annual San Francisco Gay Pride parade in June.

How to Make Your Organization Less Sexist and Racist

Many employers who discriminate don't do so intentionally, yet few are aware of concrete steps they can take to override their subconscious biases.

Jeff Neely declines to answer congressional questions about the Las Vegas conference during an April 2012 hearing.

Executive at Center of GSA Conference Scandal Pleads Guilty to Making False Claims

Jeff Neely could face up to five years in prison, plus fines and restitution.