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Stung at Home, Obama Embarks on His Longest Foreign Trip

The president will spend 10 days in Asia, where leaders know all about his domestic political weakness.

A Portrait of Two Presidents, Reconciling Their Political Struggles

On Sunday, Bob Schieffer got Barack Obama and George W. Bush to wax philosophical about the value of their time in the White House.

How I Lead: Preparing Employees for the Next Level

A conversation with Chief Administrative Law Judge McArthur Allen.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, introduced legislation that would require agencies to fire employees who haven't paid their taxes.

Lawmakers Aim to Fire More Federal Employees in 2015

Republican bills would target tax scofflaws, expand the definition of fireable offenses.

A Second Round for Obamacare at the Supreme Court

The justices decided to take up a case challenging the legitimacy of federal insurance subsidies in the law.

Homeland Security Fusion Center Grant Money Not Always Tracked, GAO Finds

Multi-agency participation in spending complicates results reporting.

Lynch's name was not among those immediately floated after Holder announced his resignation.

Obama Will Reportedly Nominate Loretta Lynch to Replace Eric Holder as Attorney General

Lynch is the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

Transforming Acquisition for the Future

A guide for federal buyers in the Collaboration Age.

Quit Your Job

The surprising benefits of taking your 20s to use the labor market as a laboratory, rather than commit to the first company that happens to hire you

Justice Dept. Immigration Officials Faulted for Nepotism

Watchdog says practice of hiring relatives was “widespread.”