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How to Write Poetry for History

The bard of Obama’s 2009 inaugural says poetry fits the occasion.

Keep paying TSP’s G Fund, petitioners tell White House

Federal employees are being singled out, We the People petition says.

In Congress, Compromise Is a 4-Letter Word

One round of drinks, nine members of the House, and a sobering question: What if we can’t fix Congress?

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

Bill would allow Uncle Sam to fire federal tax cheats

Legislation would apply to executive and legislative branch employees as well as Postal Service workers.

FAA grounds all 787 Dreamliners operated by U.S. carriers

Agency expects international regulators to take action.

Members of the Army Band stand in front of the Presidential Reviewing Stand in front of the White House during a rehearsal Jan. 13, 2013.

Big role for the military in Obama’s second inauguration festivities

Service members will participate for pageantry, security and their own enjoyment.

D.C.-area feds can take unscheduled leave or telework ahead of winter storm

The region is anticipating some snow later in the day Thursday.

Economists Pan Debt Ceiling’s Very Existence

Economists think the very idea of a 'debt ceiling' is a bit silly.

Danny Werfel, Controller, OMB

Labor-management council aims for full agency participation in forums

Before the election, some managers may have been holding back, OPM chief says.