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Police work near the scene of the event Tuesday night.

The Attack in Manhattan Poses a Test for Donald Trump

The president was notably restrained in the wake of an apparent terror attack on Tuesday—that hasn’t often been the case.

Kerialys Aldea de Jesus sits on bottled water at the Jose de Diego Elementary School where residents file FEMA forms for federal aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico Oct. 2.

FEMA Head Acknowledges Imperfect Federal Response in Puerto Rico

Administrator wants to ‘rewrite the book’ on how it hires, establish a reserve force similar to the National Guard.

Drop in Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Participation Raises Concerns

OPM’s engagement metric doesn’t take into account agency response rates, potentially masking declines in morale.

The Judge Presiding Over Paul Manafort’s Case Also Ruled On Clinton’s Role In Benghazi

It may be years before Judge Amy Berman Jackson makes a decision. Here's what you need to know about her.

The Mistake Of Seeing Only Some Jobs As Creative

Working in an “uncreative” gig does not suddenly make one an uncreative person.

Trump’s GSA Nominee Gets One Step Closer to Confirmation

Senate panel unanimously approves Hill staff veteran Emily Murphy.

Seven Ideas to Help First Time Managers

It would be easy if it weren’t for the people.

Hikers walk the Ryan Ranch Trail at Joshua Tree National Park, one of the parks affected by the proposed fee increase.

Will Higher Fees Hurt the National Park Service's Diversity Efforts?

A trip to Yosemite or Yellowstone doesn’t come cheap. Some experts worry raising the entrance fee from $25 to $70 could make a difference in who is welcomed.