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Seven ways to look at US Energy Secretary Steve Chu’s resignation and legacy

The Nobel-prize-winning physicist symbolized the Obama administration’s belief in science.

How Men Can Help Women Succeed in the Military

Everyone knows about army wives—now we need a new generation of army husbands.

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass. giving his last speech as senator, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, on the floor of the Senate. (AP Photo/CSPAN2)

15 Great Leadership Lessons From John Kerry's Senate Farewell

John Kerry offers poignant wisdom from 28 years in the United States Senate.

Alan Krueger, chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers

Agencies cut thousands of jobs in January

Federal employment bucks trend of growth in overall economy.

The Most Beautiful Video of Yosemite Ever Made

An intimate look at one of our nation's most beautiful parks.

The Interior contender who could save America's wild horses

Meet Raul Grijalva, rumored nominee and friend of the nation's untamed herds.

10 Awesome Pinterest Boards The Government Should Start

Ten ideas for meaningful, engaging Pinterest Boards from federal agencies.

Federal managers retain wrong employees, feds say

Survey finds supervisors are not properly cultivating their workers.

Why don’t Democrats love Hagel, and who would they prefer at Defense?

Lukewarm support from Obama's party for his nominee reflects trends in the progressive defense establishment that go back several generations.