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The Federal Government Lost 40,000 More Employees Than It Gained Last Year

Most new hires are going to the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments.

Undocumented people wait to fill out application forms for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Why It Costs $1.7 Billion to Computerize Immigration Forms

USCIS awards new contract to turn around long-delayed digital casework system.

Rep. John Mica, R-Fla.

Agencies’ $106 Billion in Improper Payments an Ongoing Briar Patch

Pentagon, HHS and IRS cite progress on prevention, new bid to detect fraud.

U.S. Postal employee Susan Barry changes the lock on one of the over 8,000 post office boxes at the University of Mississippi Post Office.

Your P.O. Box Just Got More Expensive

Price hike has not attracted wide attention amid the outcry over the agency's push to close or downsize more than 80 mail-processing facilities nationwide after January.

Study: Coping Poorly With Stress Means Worse Sleep

Drinking, drugs, and distracting yourself with TV are linked with a higher risk for insomnia. But so is giving up on dealing with your problems.

At USPS, Making Every Mile Count . . . More

Advertising on postal trucks could be one way to raise much-needed revenue.

'Raghead' Slur in Snowden Leak Prompts White House Call for Discrimination Review

The use of such inflammatory language is 'unacceptable and inconsistent with NSA policy and core values,' an agency spokeswoman said.

A Murrieta police sergeant talks to demonstrators as they confront each other, Friday, July 4, 2014, outside a U.S. Border Patrol station in Murrieta, Calif.

Border Crisis Creates Record Case Backlog at Immigration Courts

Senate panel explores root causes of child migration but stresses deterrence.

Body Language Mistakes You Should Avoid

What you do in a meeting is just as important as what you say.