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It's Still Not That Hard to Defraud the Food Stamp Program

States' manual searches deemed more effective than website tools, watchdog finds.

41 Percent of American Workers Let Paid Vacation Days Go to Waste

And even when they take time off, they can't seem to stop answering emails.

Bush and Obama Spurred Ed Snowden to Spill U.S. Secrets

The whistleblower started out as an idealistic booster of the national security state. Illegal and immoral behavior he witnessed on the inside turned him into an outsider.

Study: Nobody Is Paying Attention on Your Conference Call

"Please enter the passcode. Then press pound. Now continue playing Candy Crush."

Attorney General Eric Holder visits Drake's Place restaurant for a meeting with community leaders on Aug. 20 in Ferguson.

Eric Holder’s Challenge in Ferguson

The attorney general is caught between his roles as a civil-rights advocate and a dispassionate seeker of justice.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa

Case of IG Who Sat Idle for 2 Years Continues to Trouble Grassley

Senator asks FBI for more information, says investigation took too long.

Reactor at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.

Nuclear Site Whistleblower Ordered Back on the Job

OSHA finds Energy Department contractor retaliated in terminating her.

3 Ways to Make Your Message Hit the Right Notes

Leaders should try a little Music 101 to orchestrate better communication.

State Department Throws Cold Water on Ice Bucket Challenge

Lawyers say it runs afoul of federal ethics rules.

Where the Five-Day Workweek Came From

It's a relatively new invention—is it time to shave another day off?