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A Psychologist’s Trick to Being More Likable

The key to "impression management," whether you're on a job interview or a date.

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J., said the shutdown clock would be pushed back to at least Dec. 7.

Lawmakers Announce Deal to Avoid Shutdown

Some agencies are set to receive stopgap funding, while others would get regular appropriations.

Residents in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., board up their windows in anticipation of Hurriance Florence on Wednesday.

People Too Poor To Evacuate Hurricane Florence Should Ask Neighbors For Help, FEMA Says

"A lot of our communities will provide resources to move those individuals out," he said.

Charles Rettig testifies at his confirmation hearing in June.

Senate Confirms Corporate Tax Attorney as IRS Chief

Democrats protest Rettig’s silence on a Trump rule lessening disclosure of "dark money."

Congress Begins Formally Blocking Trump's Government Reorganization Plan

"No funds . . . shall be used to implement this proposal," lawmakers said of a key reform.

Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., was one senator who asked FLRA to back off its plan.

Labor Relations Agency Moves Ahead with Regional Office Closure Plan

FLRA's Dallas office will close at the end of September, while Boston will follow suit in November.

How To Make Small Talk Even If It Scares You

The ability to converse effectively—especially in informal situations—is now a crucial competitive advantage.

Analysis: How Trump Can Strike Back at the Deep State

If the president fears his own appointees are working against him, he needs to offer a clear agenda that will force them to follow his lead—or else resign.

How to Achieve Your Agency’s Objectives One Meeting at a Time

Data-driven meetings made a big splash in government nearly a decade ago. New research shows what it takes to make them work.

Who Should You Trust? Psychologists Have a Surprising Answer

New research from the University of Chicago suggests trustworthiness is actually linked to guilt.