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Abdul-Baki Todashev holds a photo he claims is of his dead son Ibragim Todashev.

Why the FBI Shouldn't Be Trusted to Investigate the Death of Ibragim Todashev

For at least 20 years, its inquiries have never found fault with a fatal shot taken by an agent.

Majority of Feds Don’t Believe Agencies Will Reward or Promote Them

Analysis of government employee survey data calls results ‘unsettling.’

We’ve Been Whining About ‘Modern’ Life for Over 100 Years

Before email, letters were the bane of our existence.

The Difference Between Mechanical and Human Productivity

For homo sapiens, the most powerful form of productivity is engagement.

Pentagon Financial Execs in Uncharted Waters, Survey Shows

Sequestration is harming morale and delaying audits that could pinpoint savings.

News about the bonuses came from the office of Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, according to AP.

IRS Employees to Receive $70 Million in Bonuses

Agency could renegotiate with union reduce the expense, senator says.

The White House May Have Done Just About All It Can on Gun Violence

Administration completes most of the executive actions it had promised.

A car drives through Havana, Cuba with American and Cuban flags on its dashboard.

USPS and Cuba in Talks to Resume Direct Mail Service

Postal service between the two countries has stalled for 50 years.

“We have made real progress at a time when the mission of our agency has never been more important,” Dan Tangherlini said Tuesday.

Acting GSA Chief Impresses Senators As Agency’s Mr. Fix-It

Confirmation hearing touches on conference scandal, bonuses, respect for contracting officers.