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FBI Director Won't Apologize for Marijuana Comments

James Comey attempts to set the record straight about his opinion of his agency’s anti-cannabis hiring policies.

House Democratic Leadership 'Leaning Toward' Playing Ball on Benghazi Select Committee

Democrats would appoint 5 members, but still think the committee is a sideshow.

Obama Vows to Hold Veterans Affairs Employees Accountable if Allegations Are True

The president called reports of mismanagement of veterans' medical care 'disgraceful,' but stands by the department's secretary.

Protestors called for reform of the immigration system march on Capitol Hill in October.

The Latest Battleground for Immigration Reform Lies Within the Military

A proposal to let dreamers enlist in the military, and get legal status, has stalled in Congress.

5 Tips for Finding Your Mentor at Any Age

Sometimes the sage can learn as much as the novice.

FBI Director James Comey

FBI Director: Don't Let Weed Stop You from Applying to the FBI

Increasingly outdated anti-marijuana policy is complicating the bureau's efforts to fight cyber crime.

 A United Express jet operated by ExpressJet pulls into the terminal after landing in rain on the main runway at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.

NTSB Reveals Two Near Midair Plane Collisions in Two Days

In one of the incidents, planes were flying at heights assigned by air traffic control.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki

Shinseki, Hagel Make a Surprise Visit to Congress as VA Scandal Intensifies

Trip to the Hill comes as several congressional Republicans call for the Veterans Affairs secretary's resignation.

How Agencies Can Get More From Their Employees Despite Budget Cuts

Chief human capital officers recommend changes to workforce management.