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Why It's Not Looking Good for Women in the Workplace, in Seven Charts

Sheryl Sandberg says in a new paper that the glass ceiling is real.

The Justice Department Invests in Combatting Recidivism

Attorney General Loretta Lynch announces a $53 million effort to keep newly released inmates out of jail.

New Mapping Tool Could Help Hurricane Joaquin Victims

For most people, a power outage is an inconvenience, but for those who depend on electricity-powered medical equipment, it can become a death sentence.

Sanders Raises $26 Million, Nears Clinton

The Vermont senator’s campaign announced its donation numbers in the third quarter.

Former president George W. Bush hugs President Obama after his January 2009 swearing in.

Top Obama Aide Recalls Tensions of 2008 Presidential Transition

Chris Lu praises new book on “history’s best” White House changeover.

Measuring Success: Will It Play in Peoria?

Small-scale testing of government performance has large-scale payoffs.

President Obama signs an executive order on transparency his first day on the job.

Obama Again Found Lacking in Open Government Efforts

Civil society groups call for faster FOIA, tougher policing of email record-keeping.

Where Telecommuting Is on the Rise

The short answer: pretty much everywhere.

When Should You Say No to Your Boss?

Email during off-hours isn’t the only boundary you should set.

Obama Admin Seeks to Rotate More Mid-Level Feds Throughout Government

OPM will coordinate with FEBs to move federal managers outside D.C.