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Attorney General Cancels Two Dozen Justice Guidance Documents

Sessions’ deregulatory approach targets memos deemed “unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent.”

GSA Streamlines General Schedules to Allow Ancillary Purchases

The initiative aims to make it easier for agencies to adjust existing deals for related products or services.

Embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt resigned Thursday.

EPA's Scott Pruitt Resigns Amid Mounting Scandals

The administrator has faced ethical probes for months.

Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe had his aide perform a host of inappropriate tasks and routinely borrowed money, the IG found.

Deputy Commander in Iraq Misused Staff for Personal Tasks

IG absolves Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe of charges he wore unearned medals and skipped weigh-ins.

A Healthy Tax Advantage

The benefits of health savings accounts.

A Colombian Air Force A-29B Super Tucano flies alongside two U.S. Air Force A-10s during Exercise Green Flag East August 2016.

After Crash, Air Force Ends Test Flights of Light-Attack Planes Vying for Contract

Weeks after a Naval aviator was killed in a Super Tucano, Air Force leaders say the competition is back on for propellor-plane key to the Afghanistan war.

What ICE Actually Does

Calls to abolish ICE are gaining momentum.

There Are No Do-Overs in Leadership

But for anyone striving for effectiveness and respect after mistakes, it is possible to rebuild your leadership foundation mid-flight.

The Empty Chair at the Heart of the White House’s War on Unions

Advocates say efforts to curb the influence of labor groups hinges on one unfilled presidential appointment.