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When It Comes to Getting a Job, Americans Believe Skills Trump College

People see social intelligence and computer knowledge as more important than a four-year degree in preparing for the workplace, according to a new poll.

Obama on Charleston: 'I've Had to Make Statements Like This Too Many Times'

The president, joined by Vice President Joe Biden, spoke from the White House Thursday on the shooting in South Carolina.

Countries are Supposed to Spy on Each Other

And that’s why the federal government won’t blame China for hacking.

Justice Has Opened a Hate-Crime Investigation Into South Carolina Shooting

Attorney General Loretta Lynch called the act “barbaric” in a press conference on Thursday.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., asked the IG to look into problems at the Tomah VA health facility.

IG: VA Staff Didn't Cause Vet's Death in Wisconsin

Employees at Tomah facility "acted appropriately" after vet suffered two strokes on site, report concludes.

Five Ways Leaders Can Make It Easier to Let Go

Some skills and behaviors that used to serve you, are no longer the best use of your time.

By Running for Sheriff, Corps of Engineers Employee Violated Hatch Act

The independent candidate in Arkansas was warned, says Office of Special Counsel.

CSB's Daniel Horowitz attends a press conference on an investigation of a 2010 plant explosion in Middletown, Conn.  Horowitz is one of two employees who have been placed on administrative leave.

Two Placed on Administrative Leave as Tensions Mount at Chemical Safety Board

Problems have escalated from a "toxic work environment to thermonuclear war," employee advocate says.

Where in the World You’re Most Likely to Be Working Too Much — Or Napping

The work-life balance in Europe is very different than in the United States.

Sorry, Hamilton.

Treasury Will Put a Woman on the $10 Bill in 2020

A selection process for the new face of the ten is underway.