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Management and the Art of Future Thinking

The only thing that matters about the past is what we learn from it.

Obama's Immigration Order Has 2016 Perils for Both Parties

Executive action could complicate message for Republican and Democratic White House hopefuls alike.

How Three Agencies Weathered the 2013 Shutdown

GAO documents disruption at HHS, Energy and Transportation.

"We will not be shutting the government down or threatening to default on the national debt," McConnell said.

Why Republicans May Have the Most to Lose Over Obama’s Immigration Action

If Obama moves, the GOP knows its reaction is what America is watching.

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Return of the Veto?

President Obama has rejected just two bills in his six years in office, the fewest of any White House occupant who has served as long since James Monroe. That could begin to change next week.

The Power of Being Vulnerable

The ‘V word’ maybe taboo in the workplace, but it builds strong leaders.

Amid Nationwide Employee Protests, Postal Service Announces $5.5B Loss in 2014

Operational profit draws vastly different reactions from labor and management.

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VA Fires Senior Exec in Pittsburgh Over Legionnaires’ Outbreak

Terry Gerigk Wolf, who had been on paid leave since June, was removed Thursday for “conduct unbecoming” and “wasteful spending.”

John Kerry Seeks Republican Support for U.S.-China Climate Pact

Cabinet officials are working to build support for the carbon-pollution agreement that has drawn strong attacks from the GOP and industry groups.

Amid Stagnant Incomes, Work and Family Are Increasingly at Odds

In the current economy, Americans find they have to choose between succeeding at work or spending time with family.