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Al Qaeda still world's top threat, Interpol chief says

Mass transit faces the greatest terrorist risk, he adds.


Nearly all agencies meet initial telework policy deadline

But additional work lays ahead, OPM says. Has your agency informed you of your telework status? Take our poll.

Pentagon management chiefs pursue ‘cross-functionality’

Improving performance and modernizing technology in areas like security clearances require moving beyond stovepipes, panelists say.

Grassley gives failing marks to Pentagon inspector general

Defense watchdog disagrees with senator’s claim that millions of dollars are vulnerable to fraud and waste.

Five American soldiers killed in central Iraq

Though all of the American forces still in Iraq are scheduled to withdraw by the end of the year, militant attacks have continued to target U.S. troops.

Poll: Escape Route

Has the pay freeze put a damper on your vacation plans? Or do you need a break now more than ever? Take our poll.

No decision on troop withdrawal by Obama

The president is awaiting recommendations from Petraeus, Gates, press secretary says.

HR managers feel they lack time, money for succession planning

Human resources pros focus more on ensuring skilled staff is in the pipeline in their agencies than in their own offices, report finds.

Moody's threatens U.S. debt downgrade

Rating agency's call for "substantial deficit reduction” fuels arguments that budget cuts should be added to debt ceiling vote.

Americans disagree on government role in wealth distribution

About 70 percent of Democrats support higher taxes on the rich to spread out wealth; about the same percentage of Republicans oppose that policy.