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Firefighter helps battle the Rim Fire near Yosemite National Park, Calif.

Reeling from Sequestration, Forest Service Fights Rim Fire

With firefighting budget dried up, agency faces one of California’s largest ever.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano gestures as she gives her farewell address at the National Press Club in Washington.

Napolitano Defends Record, Prescribes Advil for Successor

Final speech as Homeland Security chief lauds agency’s agility and flexibility.

Former Air Force Secretary Michael B. Donley

Ex-Air Force Chief to Lead Effort to Slash Defense Headquarters Operations

Review aimed at 20 percent budget cut for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and elimination of overhead positions.

You May Think You Know How to Save Your Agency Money on Travel

Avoiding government-approved travel programs isn’t the answer.

Dale Carnegie, author of "How to win Friends and Influence People".

The 1936 Book That Every Manager Should Read

Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" taught one executive just that.

Karl Rove-Backed Group Spoofs Obamacare Video Contest

Crossroads GPS submits an entry that doesn't really aim to promote the health care reform.

The Cool Tool Helping Everyday Citizens Track Cyber Attacks in Real Time

A tool that helps you visualize how often data breaches occur.

A Surprisingly Candid Chat Between Nixon and Brezhnev

Despite Cold War tensions, newly released tapes show the two found plenty of room for jokes in a 1973 meetings.

Study: Less Time at the Office Doesn't Make People Happier

Shortening the workweek didn't improve people's job or life satisfaction.

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