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Five Gifts Obama Isn't Getting For His 53rd Birthday

Like the rest of us, he's probably going to be disappointed.

Court Says Black Secret Service Agents Can Sue Government as a Group

The 14-year-old discrimination lawsuit alleges that African-American agents were consistently denied promotions despite their qualifications.

U.S. Army troops patrol for possible improvised explosive devices after clearing a building Kandarou, Afghanistan, in 2009.

The Army Will Lay Off 500 Majors This Month

The service will cut more than 40,000 positions in the next four years.

According to studies, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer's blonde hair is worth a year of extra schooling.

How Your Face Shapes Your Economic Chances

A new study on the value of a fat face (for guys) joins a long tradition of beauty biases in the office

“When we hit our small business procurement target, it’s a win,” said SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet Friday.

Agencies Hit Small Business Contracting Targets

While spending was down, small businesses secured a greater percentage of the dollars spent.

Five Pivot Points Every Leader Will Face

Making the right choices depends on which phase of your career you’re in.

Why Obama Is Saying 'Torture' Matters

On Friday, the president went further than Senate Intelligence in harshly characterizing CIA abuses, making a powerful statement in the process.

How Not to Cry at Work

Don’t let a personal crisis become a threat to your job.

Dolley Madison Risked Her Life for a Portrait of Washington—With a Typo

An American treasure saved during the War of 1812 misspells "the United States of America."

Border Patrol agents from the McAllen station horse patrol unit on patrol in South Texas.

How Pay Reform Could Solve the Border Crisis

Union says measure standardizing pay for Border Patrol agents would allow the agency to be fully staffed and save money.