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Why Government Takes Calculated Risks

We can't exactly ground all flights to prevent crashes, so how can federal managers avoid risk?

Germs Spread Unbelievably Fast in the Workplace

It can take as little as 2 hours for one stomach-flu sufferer to contaminate half of a single office.

The Campaign Against ISIL Could Outlast Obama's Presidency

The strategy President Obama will outline to the nation to defeat the Islamic State would take three years – if not more – to carry out, officials said.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is among the lawmakers critical of USIS.

Controversial Background Check Contractor Tries to 'Set the Record Straight'

USIS makes the case it should not be banned from continued government work.

Bill Clinton Was George W. Bush's Secret White House Whisperer

Former President George W. Bush picked his predecessor's brain twice a year during his second term in the White House, former President Bill Clinton revealed on Monday.

How to Keep Your Smartphone From Taking Over Your Life

Most people can't be more than 5 feet away from their device. It's time to get a grip.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald has been touring the country meeting with veterans, employees and other stakeholders.

VA Chief Shares Recruitment Concerns, Reform Plan, and His Cell Phone Number

Bob McDonald wants everyone to know he really values transparency and feedback.

Finally, Some Good News for Federal Recruiters

New poll finds high public confidence in civil servants and support for their career choice.

Mitt Romney Says 'No Question' He'd Make a Better President Than Hillary Clinton

He may not be running for president again in 2016, but one thing's for sure: He knows he'd make a better president than Hillary Clinton.

White House Sends Spending Wish List to Congress

List includes more money for an experimental Ebola drug and more flexibility for handling the border crisis.