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The Upside of High Turnover

In the competitive cybersecurity field, allowing movement can help recruit from a narrow pool of talent.

A Wallenda brother walks the tightrope.

Why I Don’t Believe in Work/Life Balance

I’m here to tell you that in an age of doing more with less – or in some cases, less with less – work/life balance is a myth.

The average temperature has risen more than four degrees in parts of Alaska since 1971, creating higher sea levels and erosion problems.

First major climate regs from Obama EPA sure to stir political debate

Long-awaited global-warming regulations could arrive Tuesday.

Romney: Feds look for 'places they can interfere'

GOP Presidential candidate criticizes government workers at San Diego campaign stop.

Labor Secretary Hilda Solis dedicated the Cesar Chavez mural in March 2010. The department's auditorium was named after Chavez.

Labor Department names auditorium for Cesar Chavez

Secretary Solis rallies farmworker community at headquarters.

Proposal's aim is to reduce duplicate programs.

GOP lawmaker looks to merge Energy and EPA

Proposed consolidation would save $3 billion in first year, says Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.

President Obama installed Richard Cordray as director of the agency in January.

Consumer bureau chief: Recess appointment 'not affecting our decision making'

President Obama installed Richard Cordray as director of the agency over the objection of Republicans in January .

IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman.

IRS is underfunded but ready for health care law, commissioner says

Shulman defends request for 8 percent budget hike for fiscal 2013.

Panel suggests tighter timeline for presidential appointments

Commission wants 150 top slots filled by May 1 of new administration.

Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen faults inability to plan long-term budgeting.

Low morale at DHS linked to heavy turnover, weak training

Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen faults inability to plan long-term budgeting.