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3 Things Thoughtful Leaders Do

Three easy things you can do to have a mindful approach to leadership this week.

“The name is a great name full of history and steeped in tradition, but it is limiting,” Davita Vance-Cook said.

Government Printing Office Wants a New Name, Same Initials

152-year-old agency stresses digital publishing as well as printing.

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan speaks with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about storm rebuilding and recovery.

Shaun Donovan Wants to Reinvent the Way We Do Disaster Recovery

The HUD Secretary on how we should be innovating climate resilience after Sandy.

The U.S. Is Cutting its Deficit Faster Than it Ever Has Before

The latest US budget statement is expected to show the deficit continued to decline in July

What Millennials Really Want Out of Work

What's motivating the most perplexing generation yet?

Archives on Schedule in Declassification Push

Eighty percent of backlogged documents have been assessed, report says.

Obama spoke from the White House Friday.

Obama: 'America Is Not Interested in Spying on Ordinary People'

The president announced major potential changes coming to the NSA.

Postal Service Still Losing Money, But Less Than Anticipated

Agency loses $740 million in the third quarter of fiscal 2013.

Want to Remember Something? Forget It

A new study suggests being distracted can improve memory.

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