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3 Simple Steps to Manage Change and Transition

Three ways to help your team, and yourself, get through the changes ahead.

Issa holds out hope for postal reform this Congress

Differences persist in House and Senate plans, but key Republican is optimistic.

Outgoing Treasury secretary immersed in fiscal-cliff negotiations

Timothy Geithner is playing a crucial role in the showdown over expiring tax cuts and automatic spending cuts.

Youths Carry the Vote, Research Study Says

The idea that young people don't vote might have been put to rest in 2012.

“As President Obama begins planning for his second term in office, the timing of this report could not be more auspicious,” Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., said.

Consolidate paperwork for presidential appointees, White House group urges

Sen. Lieberman supports call for creation of ‘smart form.’

3 Email Auto Responders to Break Email Addiction

How to use auto responses to set boundaries and reduce your email anxiety.

Video: Mars Mission Director on the Importance of Perseverance

Landing a robot on Mars doesn't happen overnight, says Mars Mission Director.

Further details emerge surrounding Petraeus resignation

FBI went to Petraeus with the discovery and he was eventually asked to resign.

Obama laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery Sunday.

Obama honors veterans at Arlington National Cemetery

The president cited his initiatives to ensure medical benefits and a college education for those who have served.

Infographic: 5 Ways to Reduce Stress

A few ways to physically restore your tired out body.