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President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, as Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi look on.

Trump Calls for Unity but Highlights Divisions That Sparked Shutdown

In his state of the union address, the president praised the work of some federal employees, criticized others for misbehavior.

Furloughed federal workers wait in line to receive food from the not-for-profit World Central Kitchen in Washington on Jan. 22.

Study: Federal Workforce Is on the Verge of Catastrophe

Without a significant overhaul, agencies may fail to provide adequate services when they are needed most, researchers found.

Agencies Ramp Up Classified Plans to Protect 2020 Elections

Homeland Security and Justice deliver review of meddling during 2018.

The GS System Fails in Today’s Labor Markets

Companies understand that you get what you pay for.

USDA Economists Seek to Unionize Amid Relocation Effort

Employees at the Economic Research Service describe the plan to move the agency outside of D.C. and under the Office of the Chief Economist as an "existential threat."

President Trump delivers the State of the Union address last year.

Dozens of Shutdown-Impacted Workers Will Accompany Lawmakers to State of the Union

Members bring guests to highlight those who went without pay for 35 days.

Getting Close With Employees Can Backfire On Bosses

New research reveals potential problems with bosses and employees becoming too close and how to avoid them.

President Donald Trump waves after stepping off Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on Sunday.

Trump’s End Run Around Senate Cabinet Confirmation

In a wide-ranging TV interview, the president explained why he prefers acting secretaries over permanent ones—an arrangement that flouts the U.S. Constitution.

The Quiet Heroism of Mail Delivery

After a natural disaster, courier services such as USPS and UPS help communities return to a sense of normalcy.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi talks to reporters during a news conference Jan. 31 after a bipartisan group of House and Senate bargainers met to craft a border security compromise.

Congress, White House Remain Sharply Divided Two Weeks From Another Shutdown

Trump suggests there could be another approach to avoiding another closing of agencies.