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Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Tuesday.

How To Run a Meeting Where Everyone Is Mad At You

Q&A sessions can be tough—even when they're not live on CNN.

Roberto Figueroa Caballero sits on a table in his home that was destroyed by Hurricane Maria in the La Perla neighborhood on the coast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

FEMA Faulted for Awarding Undeliverable Contracts, Delaying Aid During Hurricane Season

Senate Democrats say Trump administration should ensure it has more pre-arranged emergency contracts.

OPM headquarters in Washington.

The Office of Personnel Management Could Soon Lose One of Its Most Significant Functions

The White House is considering a major overhaul of the entire background investigation program, as well as other potential changes.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt attends a news conference at the EPA on April 3.

An Internal Email Contradicts Scott Pruitt's Account of Controversial Raises

The EPA administrator has said he “didn’t know” about unusual salary bumps given to a pair of trusted aides, but a message from one of those staffers claims otherwise.

The Man Behind Trump’s Trade War Once Negotiated Using a Paper Airplane

During one Japanese presentation, he devoted his attention to playfully disassembling his microphone."

What The Post Office Really Gets From Amazon

In an effort to establish the facts, UBS hosted a call with the former postmaster general, Patrick Donahoe.

Civil Service Reform Must Be a Priority

It would be a mistake to limit reform to policies controlled by the Office of Personnel Management.

How To Give Feedback That Actually Works, Without Hurting Anyone More Than You Have To

Critiquing a colleague is never easy, but anyone can master the art of feedback.

Fired VA Secretary David Shulkin wrote an op-ed saying administration officials saw him as a barrier to privatization that had to be removed.

VA Takes Final Shot at Shulkin, Says Privatization Concerns Are Unfounded

Administration officials aim to debunk "the myth" that the department will turn over health care services to the private sector.