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Which Country's Workers Care About Their Jobs the Most?

A new survey covering 13 countries tries to measure employees' engagement with their jobs.

Two demonstrators hold up flags outside the Supreme Court Friday.

Gay Couples to Enjoy New Perks (and Penalties) Under Obamacare

The Supreme Court's ruling means same-sex couples get all the good—and bad—of legal nuptials.

Federal Employee Advocates Want Special IT Task Force to Handle OPM Hack

More than two dozen groups call on president to provide more information and protection to employees and retirees in wake of massive data breach.

Millennials Now Outnumber Boomers in the U.S.

More than half of children under the age of 5 are racial minorities.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., introduced a bill that would "provide bad actors with potent new tools for silencing dissent in their ranks," according to AFGE.

The Great VA Accountability Scam

The conversation about VA accountability has switched from a constructive discourse to a partisan campaign against civil service protections for front-line employees.

State: A ‘Limited’ Number of Hillary Clinton Emails Remain Missing

Some messages that Sidney Blumenthal provided to the House Benghazi panel could not be found among the messages Clinton turned over to the State Department.

Town hall in Vermont

States and Cities Are 'Labs' for Inclusive Governance

Consulting residents helps officials manage high demand and limited resources, with less public criticism.

In February, House Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., conveys a message from his mobile phone to VA Secretary Robert McDonald, a witness.

It May Soon Be Easier to Fire Any VA Employee, Not Just Top Execs

House panel approves legislation that expedites the department’s firing process and extends probationary period for workers.

Taking a Pass on Passion

A lot of the world’s best work is done without getting all fired up about it.