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Some Encouraging Leadership from a Marine

An unknown shows lessons on quietly accepting responsibility.

MSPB targets paychecks of managers who don’t comply with its decisions

Board expands authority to enforce its rulings on employee mistreatment.

VA Plans to Move 600,000 Employees to Cloud Email

The government expects to save $5 billion by moving to more nimble cloud computing.

As Campaign Fades Away, Secret Service and Facebook Abandon Romney

How does a billion dollar presidential campaign shut down? Fast.

3 Bad Research Techniques That Will Ruin Your Work

In light of bad polling during the election, a look at other bad research methods that will foul a study.

Sen. John Kerry served in the Vietnam War and was the Democratic nominee for president in 2004.

John Kerry's name being floated for Defense post, not State

Susan Rice now a frontrunner for State nomination.

3 Simple Steps to Manage Change and Transition

Three ways to help your team, and yourself, get through the changes ahead.

Issa holds out hope for postal reform this Congress

Differences persist in House and Senate plans, but key Republican is optimistic.

Outgoing Treasury secretary immersed in fiscal-cliff negotiations

Timothy Geithner is playing a crucial role in the showdown over expiring tax cuts and automatic spending cuts.

Youths Carry the Vote, Research Study Says

The idea that young people don't vote might have been put to rest in 2012.