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B.J. Upton, right, signed a free agent deal with the Atlanta Braves last week.

Baseball players are also worried about the fiscal cliff

Outfielder B.J. Upton asks for $3 million bonus to be paid before Dec. 31.

Sitting for More Than an Hour is Terrible for Your Health

More companies are pushing for standing desks citing growing evidence that sitting results in severe negative health consequences.

Month in Review: November's Top Stories

What we cared about this month.

'Zero Dark Thirty:' Hunting Down Osama Bin Laden All Over Again

So much of this movie is real, and in new and surprising ways, which makes it newsy and relevant here and now, three weeks before its release. A review of Kathryn Bigelow's thorough and satisfying depiction of the most famous manhunt of our time.

Presidential Management Fellows are mostly happy

Study also shows they would like more guidance from supervisors and better orientation to program.

AFGE, TSA sign first contract

Agreement takes effect Dec. 9.

Ron Fournier and his son Tyler visit the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.

How Two Presidents Helped Me Deal With Love, Guilt, and Fatherhood

Guidance from Bill Clinton and George W. Bush taught the author how to accept and understand his son’s Asperger’s syndrome.

U. S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns

William Burns for Secretary of State?

The deputy secretary of state could be a viable alternative to Susan Rice or John Kerry.

More Leadership Lessons from Yoga

Learning to "stay in the room" is a lesson well taken.

Anticipatory Governance: 3 Ways We’ll Govern in the 21st Century

What happens beyond the Fiscal Cliff? A blue-ribbon cast of distinguished former federal leaders have endorsed a three-part blueprint for governing in the 21st century.