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Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., asked where savings from retirement cuts would be directed.

White House Officials Defend Federal Benefits Cuts, Management Agenda

OPM Director Jeff Pon says retirement benefits for federal workers should be reduced.

People watch a TV screen showing file footage of U.S. President Donald Trump, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Seoul on Wednesday.

North Korea's Dangerous Game of Telephone With the United States

Kim Jong Un “has been playing a high-risk, high-return game. And he has never lost a bet thus far.”

Scott Pruitt reacts while testifying before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee on May 16.

EPA Chief Sets Up a Legal Defense Fund

Scott Pruitt said he will follow White House advice on donor disclosure.

House Passes Bill to Allow Federal Prison Guards to Take Their Personal Firearms to Work

Correctional officers could carry their guns outside the security perimeter or put them in lockboxes.

Let’s Talk About Some Bad Ideas for Civil Service Reform

A federal employment lawyer explores a few of the proposals before Congress.

Three U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft sit lined up on the flightline at Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass.

The Air Force Is Adding Algorithms to Predict When Planes Will Break

The airlines already use predictive maintenance technology. Now the service’s materiel chief says it’s a “must-do for us.”

How a Simple Mantra Can Improve Your Leadership

Changing a single behavior could make a big difference to you and your organization.

Play of the Day: The Leaking White House

Everyone seems to have an agenda while leaking to the press.

Nigerien soldiers receive a counter IED class during an exercise sponsored by U.S. Africa Command in Diffa, Niger, Feb. 28, 2017.

Officials Mishandled Trans-Africa Airlift Contract, Pentagon Watchdog Finds

U.S. Africa Command failed to perform a key review required for the $900 million deal.