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How To Network At Conferences Even If You're Not a Natural

Don't miss out on the most valuable aspect of attending a conference.

How To Digital Detox Without Totally Ditching Your Phone

Freeing yourself from your device doesn't need to be extreme in order to be effective.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the talks with Trump would be a waste of their time.

Shutdown Negotiations Between Trump and Democrats Break Down Before Starting

Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle warn of increased chances of shuttering agencies.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks at the Wilson Center in Washington on Nov. 28.

State Department’s Reorganization Guru Quits

After three months on the job, private-sector efficiency expert resigns.

The Concept of Productive Procrastination Is a Myth

If it enhances your creativity, it probably wasn't procrastination to begin with.

President Trump reportedly said that he will try to shrink Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.

Is America’s ‘Best Idea’ at Stake?

Republicans and the Trump administration are trying to reduce the number of national monuments, which would put once-protected land up for commercial use.

Changing The Language In Job Ads Could Help Bring More Women Into Tech

One of the biggest job websites in the UK will help companies that sign up to a charter to attract more women into the industry.

‘Beyond Snowden’ Book Argues For U.S. Surveillance Reform

In a new book, former intelligence official Timothy H. Edgar argues for reforming the surveillance system to balance privacy, security, and transparency.

What Can Insomniacs Learn From Sleep Crises of Centuries Past? Eat Onions.

Sleep crises are far from new, and perhaps we could learn a lot from the sleep strategies used by our ancestors.