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Federal Offices in Washington to Again Open Under Three-Hour Delay Thursday

Commuters hit the road Wednesday, but many encountered delays.

How a Generational Shift is Putting New Demands on Managers

As Baby Boomers exit the workforce, the subsequent “youth bubble” has big implications for leaders.

Trump Pulls Out of Thursday Debate After Argument With Fox

Just days before the Iowa caucus, he announces boycott over “wise-guy” press release.

DHS Reports Spending Only 1 Percent of its $1.4B Training Budget

Watchdog says department lacks mechanisms to oversee workforce spending.

The Federal Highway Administration's Sudden U-Turn on Highway Fonts

Clearview is out, Highway Gothic is (back) in. Critics want to know why.

Diana Rubens, former director of the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Philadelphia office, is one of the officials being demoted.

Former VA Senior Executives Will Learn Their Fate By Feb. 1

MSPB has to issue a decision by Monday on whether to uphold or overturn the demotions of Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.

President Obama convenes a meeting in the situation room on the Zika virus.

Obama Mobilizes Federal Agencies to Prevent Spread of Zika Virus

Cases of the virus have been confirmed in the United States.

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II, D-Mo., who helped shepherd the World War I Centennial Commission's creation through Congress.

D.C. World War I Memorial Design to Honor Common Soldier

Concept for adaptation of Pershing Park might still be tweaked by agencies.

Do Workers Slack Off More When the Economy's Better?

During recessions, employees may feel a need to work harder to keep their jobs—but there’s also less work to do.