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Analysis: New Congress' Orientation Should Include Collaboration Course

The new Congress needs to learn some lessons from other diametrically opposed groups who have learned to work together.

Labor secretary resigns

Hilda Solis' departure could increase talk of need for more diversity in Obama's second-term Cabinet.

OMB identifies nearly 400 obsolete federal reports

Sen. Warner to offer bill to update and improve reporting requirements.

Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy was under consideration to head the Pentagon.

Always a bridesmaid: The people Obama passes over for top jobs

Bad luck or timing can get in the way of nominations.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta

Pentagon would furlough all civilians under revised sequestration, analyst says

Officials should make rotations schedule public before March, Todd Harrison suggests.

Analysis: The man who could save Obama's legacy

As Treasury secretary, Jack Lew would likely bring a tough stance to budget battles.

You Probably Write a Novel's Worth of Email Every Year

The average worker writes a book about the length of The Great Gatsby in email each year.

The 6 Habits of Highly Effective Chiefs of Staff

Rahm Emanuel, Dick Cheney and what it takes to do Washington's second-most-powerful job.

Blocking potential Treasury nominee gets the GOP nowhere in debt ceiling fight

Attempt could backfire and serve only to strengthen Obama’s hand.

President Obama speaks during a cabinet meeting in 2011.

Obama’s Cabinet not as diverse this time

This term the cabinet will feature more longtime Obama allies.