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How To Meditate At Work When There’s No Quiet Place

You actually don’t need to be in a quiet space in order to meditate.

Play of the Day: Did The Flag Consent to That Hug?

President Donald Trump showed some affection toward Old Glory again.

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., is one of four Democratic lawmakers calling for an investigation into VA's implementation of a law aimed at reforming the department.

Lawmakers Call for an Investigation Into Discipline at VA

Senators say VA is out of compliance with a 2017 law and enforcing it unfairly.

Federal Judge Consolidates Lawsuits on Workforce Executive Orders, Schedules Hearing

Federal employee unions will rescind motions for preliminary injunctions against the orders’ implementation in exchange for requests for summary judgment.

Analysis: Nielsen Says It’s The Law To Detain Asylum Seekers. It’s Not, According To These Rules

The blanket detention of asylum seekers is against DHS policies and international law.

Patent Office Celebrates 10-Millionth Award as Inventors Complain

After 228 years, agency is accused of wrong wording on owners’ rights to exclude.

Leaders, Don’t Be the Cheese in the Panini

Try one or more these strategies that will help reduce the pressure and allow you to lead and live at your best.

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., took the lead on the letter.

45 Senate Democrats Demand That Trump Rescind Workforce Executive Orders

Recent executive orders on firing, unions “undermine the foundations of our civil service system.”

Senate Approves Major Governmentwide Pay and Hiring Reforms in Defense Bill

Senators will have to fight to preserve workforce reforms such as an increase in allowable buyout amounts to $40K.

White House Inaugurates ‘Gears of Government’ Awards for Exceptional Performance

Agencies will nominate employees who advance the mission, customer service or stewardship.