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Federal Appeals Board Has Major Concerns With Firing Provisions in New VA Law

Small agency tasked with enforcing those provisions raises questions about their constitutionality and wisdom.

50 Cent's "In Da Club" was one of the three songs on the playlist.

About to Ask For a Raise? Listen to These Three Songs First

New research shows that music with heavy bass makes people feel far more confident.

A bus in DC is affixed with an ad supporting Edward Snowden in March.

Edward Snowden Can Stay In Russia for Three More Years

The NSA leaker has been in legal limbo for the last week, ever since his initial political asylum grant expired on August 1.

Obama Doesn't Want to Send the Secret Ebola Serum to Africa Anytime Soon

President says the deadly virus is "controllable if you've got a strong public health infrastructure in place."

The Ideal Commute Is Not Actually No Commute

It's normal for people to want a little time to detach from the workplace.

12 Tips for Designing an Open-Ended Project

How to approach large, complex challenges with no clear outcome.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer

San Diego Mayor Dangles Big Monetary Rewards Before City Workers

Employees with the best cost-savings ideas could win up to $5,000.

Are Agencies Stonewalling Inspectors General?

Sen. Grassley blasts administration after 47 watchdogs complain of agency roadblocks.

The Working Parents’ Complete Guide to Working Out

The first step is deciding to make your personal health a non-negotiable.