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Why Agencies Should Care How Well Their Employees Sleep

Employers need to talk to their employees about sleep.

The Taliban Is Ready for Peace Talks

Qatar to host direct negotiations among the Taliban, the Karzai government and the U.S.

NATO soldiers walk towards a Chinook helicopter after a ceremony at a military academy on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Are Afghan Troops Really 'Getting Good Enough' to Take Over for NATO?

U.S. and NATO troops will remain in the country until 2014, but will only serve an advisory role from now on.

Analysis: Why Are People So Distrustful of Big Government?

For some, it's a long history of abuses carried out in the name of national security.

Lawmakers Hope to Save Overnight Mail Delivery

Bill would put off closures of mail distribution centers.

Sequestration may cancel some July 4 celebrations.

Is a Sequester Tipping Point Coming?

Sequestration was overhyped and the deluge never came. But it may begin to pour this summer.

Leave the Drama Outside

The best teams reduce drama and focus on making their teammates feel good.

Bedbugs Infest Homeland Security Office in Vermont

For the third time since April, exterminators have been called in to deal with the pests.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., right, talks with the committee's ranking Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

House Oversight Leader's Plan to Resuscitate the IRS Scandal

Rep. Darrell Issa is committed to keeping the scandal in the spotlight.

Forest Service Employees Rack Up Improper Travel Card Charges

Most Agriculture cardholders comply with travel policies, , IG finds.