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OPM Redoubles Retirement Processing Efforts Ahead of January Surge

Last month the backlog reached its lowest point since June.

In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, a Pakistani man walks by a truck carrying NATO military vehicles at a terminal in Karachi, Pakistan.

Will Pakistan Close NATO’s Supply Routes into Afghanistan? Mattis Plays Down Possibility

‘I’m not concerned,’ the defense secretary tells reporters after the White House announced an intention to suspend military aid to Islamabad.

USPS Offers Early Retirement to 26,000 Employees

Postal Service looks to shed staff after slowly adding workers for four years.

The Limits of 'People Analytics' in Reshaping the Workforce

Why algorithms won’t necessarily lead to utopian workplaces.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said Trump is risking a shutdown with his demands.

No. 2 Senate Democrat Threatens Shutdown Over Immigration Issues

Durbin: White House proposal for $18 billion in wall funding is "outrageous."

Why Would the President of the United States, Like, Tweet This Way?

Donald Trump described himself as “like, really smart.”

Using the Justice Department to Investigate Trump's Enemies

FBI agents are reportedly looking at the Clinton Foundation again, while two Republican senators suggested the Justice Department consider whether the author of an explosive dossier alleging the president had been compromised by Russia lied.

Play of the Day: More From the Michael Wolff Book on Trump

After the book's release, a series of salacious details have emerged.

How to Spot Toxic Employees Before You Hire Them

Managing a toxic employee is difficult enough. Weeding them out during the hiring process can be an even more difficult challenge.