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On Sunday, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey promised a new campaign to restore ethics after some recent lapses.

Pentagon Going Full-Speed Ahead to Improve Ethics

Hagel, Dempsey address theory that wartime pace prompted transgressions.

SEC Chief Given Waiver on Work for Former Client

Ethics office says contact between Mary Jo White and Credit Suisse was minimal.

Women Pay a Steep Price for Their More Flexible Work Schedules

Economic research finds that pharmacists are the most egalitarian of professions with a seamless system of job sharing.

Your Post Office Now Wants to Be Your Bank

USPS is thinking about financial services—debit cards and small loans. But first, America's banks would have to get on board, or at least out of the way.

Time Running Out on Debt Ceiling

Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says that Congress only has until Feb. 27 to raise the debt limit without risking default.

Why Being Happier Helps You Manage Your Time

Here’s how to get started on your way to a peaceful and productive life.

How Agencies Can Change Behavior in Today’s Digital World

How government leaders can activate a social network in a cluttered digital environment.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Two Democrats File Complaint Against Watchdog for Handling of IRS Probe

Reps. Cummings, Connolly seek IG council review of “misleading” work by Bush appointee.

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Postal Service Shows Improvement, But Still Loses $350 million in First Quarter of Fiscal 2014

Increases in package delivery and workforce cuts have helped the agency's bottom line.

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