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Crack Open the Black Box to Fix Hiring

Better workforce data can help government tackle its recruitment challenges.

New Defense Employees Will Be on Probation Longer

Legislation headed to the president would extend to two years the probationary period for new hires at the department.

Justice Department Underlines Agency Regulatory Authority, Amid GOP Attacks

Assistant attorney general speech comes as Republicans want Congress to rein in powers.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in North Las Vegas.

Postal Union Endorses Bernie Sanders for President

Labor group encourages 200,000 members to help get Democratic candidate elected.

Is Email Bad for Office Culture?

Overflowing inboxes are wrecking productivity and making people feel guilty.

The Clinton Campaign Uses Twitter To Showcase Her Supporters Not Watching the GOP Debate

Hillary Clinton’s account picks up on the hashtag #NotWatching from Democrats who have given up with the Republican debates.

When Good Teams Produce Bad Results

Success depends on us all getting along. Or does it?

The Federal Government May Finally Define 'Natural' Food

Can a chicken nugget or processed fruit snack ever really be considered "natural"?

Why the Best Leaders Sometimes Get Mad (and Show It)

When you feel irritated, don't swallow those feelings.

Edward Snowden appears on a live video feed broadcast from Moscow at an event sponsored by ACLU Hawaii in February.

National Security Whistleblowers Need More Protections, Advocates Say

PEN writers group hosts Snowden as intel community defends current protocols.