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GSA Appeals Official’s Reinstatement, But Restores His Pay

Agency challenges MSPB judge’s ruling overturning removal of Paul Prouty as fallout from Las Vegas conference scandal continues.

President Barack Obama talks on the phone with FBI Director Robert Mueller to receive an update on the explosions that occurred in Boston.

After a Bombing in Boston, All Quiet In Washington

Political officials were quiet after the bombings, with no elected officials rushing to politicize the tragedy.

Video: 'Appropriate Resources' Will be Used to Respond to Blasts

Obama also calls for unity after two explosions rock Boston Marathon finish line.

Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va.

Four Furlough Days at NOAA; Lawmaker Offers Budget Help

Dawn of storm season is a bad time to neglect Weather Service, Rep. Wolf says.

Why You Need 180 Seconds of Silence

A technique to try when starting your next meeting.

John Kerry visited Japan Monday.

What Exactly Does It Mean That the U.S. Is Pivoting to Asia?

Kerry trips show that the Obama Administration wants to re-balance foreign policy toward Asian powers.

The Income Tax Form Turns 100

The 16th amendment to the Constitution went into effect in 1913.

3 Signs You’re Taking on Too Much

If these sound like you, it might be time to take a breather.

Does Your Agency Have a 200-Year Strategic Plan?

Exploring if thinking long-term in government actually make sense.

American Federation of Government Employees National President J. David Cox Sr.

Union Calls on Pentagon to Eliminate Furloughs

Request comes as department officials are discussing further reductions to days of unpaid leave.