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Drinking Coffee, for Your Health

Research suggests that a person's consumption of the beverage is determined in part by his or her DNA—and that its benefits could extend beyond a caffeine buzz.

Data Is Driving STEM Recruitment

From heat maps to workforce demographics, the search for talent is on.

Bad Meetings Aren't Just Boring

They cost a lot of money too.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta issued a memo.

Obama to Federal Agencies: Hire More Unemployed People, Debtors

OPM spells outs how to follow through on a White House promise to avoid discrimination against the long-term unemployed.

Government Failures Illustrate the Need for Risk Management

Survey: Chief financial officers question the value of clean audits; are concerned about recruits’ pay.

Let’s Give Federal Leaders the Digital Toolkit They Need

Better access to social media and analytics is vital.

Dallas Hospital Workers Strayed From CDC Ebola Guidelines

Employees put on too many layers of protective gear and in at least one case, failed to follow travel restrictions.

Licensed clinician Margaret Chilcott removes her outer gloves before disrobing and sanitizing during ebola preparation training on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, in Anniston, Ala.

HHS Awards Contract for Ebola Vaccine Shown to be 100 Percent Effective in Animal Tests

Pentagon also backs vaccine from Profectus Biosciences.

An Attorney General Deferred

Democrats don't want a divisive battle over Eric Holder's replacement before the midterms.

Obama's Climate Diplomat Explains What a Paris Emissions Deal Should Look Like

State Department climate envoy Todd Stern describes and defends the U.S. vision of a new global pact.