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Yemenis protest in front of the U.S. Embassy in September.

Yemeni security chief for U.S. embassy killed

Killing comes as Congress investigates an attack on U.S. personnel in Benghazi.

8 Career Killing Habits

These eight habits may be responsible for stalling your career .

Rep. Norman Dicks, D-Wash., writes, “There are many reasons to prefer a grand bargain on deficit reduction to formulaic, indiscriminate cuts in discretionary spending.”

Democrats forecast sequestration’s toll on nondefense programs, jobs

Thousands of feds from the FBI to Border Patrol have jobs on the line, appropriators say.

Mother of slain SEAL condemns Romney

The Romney campaign said Thursday he would stop mentioning the slain SEAL publicly.

Agencies still buying iPods, yo-yos, coins and other swag

Probe finds federal offices are disregarding executive order on promotional spending.

Steven Miller

IRS names acting commissioner

Steven Miller will take over for Doug Shulman when his term expires next month.

The Miracle of Flight (or Just About Anything Else)

There are lots of things that can go into a simple plane ride.

How to Win Over a Colleague Who Doesn't Like You

Two simple ways to get on a person's good side.

Alice Rivlin and former Sen. Pete Domenici, R-N.M., co-chaired a fiscal commission in 2010.

Can civility save us from the fiscal cliff?

Veterans of budget wars say compromise could achieve less painful debt reduction.

Video: Federal Employee of the Year

For her work battling pediatric HIV, Dr. Lynne Mofenson was recognized as the Federal Employee of the Year