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Unions, Trump Administration Prepare to Face Off in Court Again Over Workforce Executive Orders

Oral arguments in the White House’s appeal of a decision blocking the measures are slated for April.

Despite Hiring Increases, Vacancies at VA Continue to Grow

Department says unfilled jobs are normal and not a cause for concern.

A sparkling nearby galaxy

Rosalind, a New Mars Rover, Is in Rare Company

The cosmos is crowded with the names of men, but a 2020 mission will make the balance a little less lopsided.

How Leaders Rise From Small Groups

New research indicates how leaders arise from small groups of people over time.

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., said Energy Department leaders "have caused potentially irreparable damage to a previously collaborative state-federal relationship."

Energy Department Defends Secret Nuclear Shipments to Nevada

Most of congressional delegation staunchly opposes move they see as grim portent.

The audit was sent to Forest Service Chief Victoria Christiansen.

Forest Service Advised to Improve Reporting on Sexual Harassment

IG finds progress in workplace protections, but managers with prior histories won promotions.

Sgt. Jose Portugal, a technical engineer assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 64th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade, discusses engineering methods with Ghanaian Army engineers at the Bundase Training Camp outside Accra, Ghana.

AFRICOM Adds Logistics Hub in West Africa, Hinting at an Enduring US Presence

From Ghana’s capital, a new supply network will ferry supplies and arms to special forces troops across the region.

Play of the Day: Will the Mueller Investigation End Soon?

CNN is reporting that next week could see the release.

How the Government Could Successfully Leverage Its Buying Power

The UK offers some insight for achieving this decades-long quest.