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Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe is urging Congress to give USPS more flexibility.

Despite Revenue Gains, Postal Service Loses Another $2 Billion

Congressionally mandated obligations are keeping USPS from getting back into the black.

The 10 Secrets to Successful People's Calm

The tricky thing about stress and anxiety is that they are absolutely necessary emotions.

Hillary Clinton: 'Failure' to Help Syrian Rebels Led to the Rise of ISIS

The former secretary of state, and probable candidate for president, outlines her foreign-policy doctrine.

Obama addressed the press Saturday.

Obama: U.K. and France Will Join U.S. In Delivering Aid to Iraq

The president made a short statement and answered questions on Iraq Saturday morning.

What’s Really Happening On Your Watch?

The performance problem: Most executives can’t sample their agency’s services.

New York City Takes Giant Step to Unlock Its Published Data

Mayor Bill de Blasio approves new digital mandates for the City Record and agencies.

EPA chief Gina McCarthy

EPA Chief: Teach Global Warming in Schools

Gina McCarthy wants children to have an understanding of climate science, but current policy leaves plenty of students without it.

Supplies at a detention facility in Karnes City, Texas. The IG report noted DHS employees have used their own money to donate food and clothing to unaccompanied minors.

Homeland Security Staff in Border Facilities Getting Sick on the Job

Some employees have contracted scabies, lice and chicken pox at Texas detention centers for children fleeing Central America.

To Work Better, Work Less

Toiling away for more hours diminishes productivity. Why do so many do it anyway?

How Silicon Valley Talent Brokering Is Helping Local Cities

Silicon Valley Talent Partnership Executive Director Lea King discusses how new Knight Foundation funding will strengthen local cross-sector collaboration.