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Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn.

Woman Who Ran for President Says U.S. Not Ready for Female President

Michele Bachmann, in rebutting Hillary Clinton, forgets her own campaign past.

Departing Pentagon Comptroller ‘Infuriated’ By Press Reports on Financial Management

Robert Hale says the department has improved its books, and budget statements will be ready for audit by September.

The Case for Corruption

Why Washington needs more honest graft

5 Myths About Introverts and Extroverts at Work

Leaders are coming out of the introvert closet in droves.

Shark Tank: HHS Edition

Teams showcase innovation programs at HHS Ignite event.

IRS Senior Execs Took Improper Tax Deductions

Audit finds employees should have paid taxes on reimbursements for long-term travel.

Like in Olympic speedskating, performance distribution doesn't necessarily resemble a bell curve.

Why You Shouldn't Grade Employees' Performance on a Curve

Research says human performance doesn't follow a bell curve.

'House of Cards' and a Brief History of Ruthless Pragmatism

Frank Underwood may be fictional but his philosophy isn’t—just ask Barack Obama or any master of political gamesmanship.

Meeting with and coddling employees can be a big time-waster.

The 5 Biggest Time Wasters for Chief Executives

Meetings and PowerPoints are among the things that are holding CEOs back.

Workers clear newly-fallen snow from a street, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Trenton, N.J.

The U.S. Government's Amazingly Wrong Forecast for This Winter

It predicted "above-normal" temperatures. Oops.