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USPS to Shutter 82 More Processing Plants in 2015

Employees could be reassigned to new locations.

Foxx: Highway Cuts Coming Aug. 1 Unless Congress Acts

States will soon face a 28 percent cut in federal funding for repairs to roads and bridges, Transportation chief warns.

U.S. soccer fans react as they watch the telecast of the 2014 Brazil World Cup match between the United States and Germany.

Workers Are Taking World Cup Breaks, and We Have the Data to Prove It

Using conference calls as a proxy for productivity, the impact of a World Cup match on US business is clear.

President Barack Obama speaks to the media during a meeting with his cabinet members in the Cabinet Room of the White House.

Obama to Cabinet: I Expect Better Performance

President tells agency heads they’ve got room for improvement.

Confidence in the Presidency Has Been Tanking for Years

Obama and George W. Bush are both part of a bleak trend.

Habit Hacks That Make a Difference

How one small tweak in your routine can improve your outlook.

Former Procter and Gamble executive Robert McDonald, President Barack Obama's nominee as the next Veterans Affairs secretary

The Four Biggest Challenges the Next VA Secretary Faces

McDonald will inherit a scandal-plagued department with few easy fixes.

The Downside of Not Exhausting a $6 Billion Cyber Contract

Agencies are partially taking advantage of a bulk-price deal to automate network threat-tracking.

President Obama Announces Plan to 'Fix As Much of Our Immigration System As I Can'

In a Monday statement from the White House, the president laid out a path for executive action.

Customer Satisfaction Is Hitting New Lows, But Government Can Help

Raising the procurement bar isn’t just good for business.