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The problem with public sector unions -- and how to fix it

Here's a plan to preserve the ability of government workers to bargain collectively -- one that would prevent the excesses that are destroying some communities' fiscal health.

Postal commission clarifies role on contentious closure issues

Chairwoman explains why the panel hasn’t weighed in on urban vs. rural closures.

Appeals court sustains union’s right to negotiate terms of layoffs

AFGE argued it should have a say in an Air Force reduction in force.

Rep. Norman Dicks of Washington is optimistic some funding will be restored before the bill is enacted.

House panel backs bill extending the federal pay freeze another year

Spending measure also includes IRS cuts that could lead to more buyouts, Democrat says.

AFGE president decides against reelection run

John Gage has been with the largest federal employee union since 1977.

Leadership Lessons From Queen Elizabeth II

As England marks her Jubilee, the Queen can give leadership lessons.

Teleconference Technique

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Supreme Court: Secret Service agents cannot be sued

Agents have the authority to make ‘swift, on-the-spot decisions,’ justices say.

Romney strongly defended individual mandate in Massachusetts, emails show

'We must have an individual mandate for any plan to work,' the then-governor's health secretary wrote.

Representatives from FEMA, NOAA, the military, and the Energy and Homeland Security departments meet with President Obama.

FEMA official emphasizes 'team effort' as hurricane season begins

Working with state and local governments and private sector key to weathering storms, deputy administrator says.