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Obama Tells Agencies to Give Unemployed Workers a Fair Shot at Federal Jobs

Managers told not to discriminate against out-of-work applicants.

Social Security Administration Offers Early Retirement to Employees Again

Early-out packages mark the latest in a multi-year effort to reduce SSA workforce.

You're In Charge, But Who Said Never Let ’em See You Sweat?

Occasional self-doubt can be a sign of a successful and reflective leader.

Park Service: No Plans to Change Shutdown Protocol

The agency was criticized by some lawmakers for closing parts of the National Mall to visitors during 2013 government shutdown.

Science and operations officer Christopher Buonanno monitors data on Hurricane Isaac at the National Weather Service Warning and Forecast Office in North Little Rock, Ark.

NOAA Ends Hiring Freeze, Training Ban

Restored funding will enable the agency to begin hiring for the first time in a year.

Caffeine Use Disorder is a Serious Problem—And You’re Probably Suffering From It

A new study says a significant number of users are dependent enough on the drug to have withdrawal symptoms.

 In its final days, the Clinton administration protected hundreds of acres of forest, including  Mendocino National Forest.

Here's How Obama Can Go It Alone

The biggest problems can't be solved with simple, unilateral solutions. But that doesn't mean he's powerless.

From Sensors to Social Media: How Big Data Can Help You Lead

It’s time to embed analytics into every business decision.

A U.S. Soldier conducts a search at the Maiwand District in Hutal, Afghanistan  in  2009.

Poll: Americans Growing More Negative About Success in Afghanistan

But more than half still support the decision to use military force.

Gen. Mark Welsh, the Air Force's chief of staff, has testified about the impact budget cuts will have on the military branch.

Report: Sequestered Air Force Should Cut Active Duty, Boost Reserves

The national report comes as the Pentagon attempts to deal with steep budget cuts.