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Mueller Wants the FBI to Look at a Scheme to Discredit Him

The special counsel says a woman was offered money to fabricate sexual-harassment claims.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., talks to the media after a debate with opponent Josh Hawley. McCaskill is the top-ranking Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

10 Midterm Races for Federal Employees to Watch

A look at the election battles where federal employees have the most on the line.

The Education Department went down 11 points from 2017 to 2018.

The Agencies With the Biggest Gains—And Losses—in Employee Happiness

Education, Agriculture and some labor agencies' satisfaction scores plummet.

Fiscal 2019 Could Be 'High-Water Mark' of Defense Spending

Pentagon comptroller tells contractors group his staff is adjusting to a funding boost delivered on time.

What Really Ails the Federal Workforce

We know what’s broken—leading the list is the General Schedule.

White supremacists gather in Charlottesville in 2017.

Trump Shut Down Programs to Counter Violent Extremism

The administration has hobbled the infrastructure designed to prevent atrocities like Pittsburgh.

How HUD Could Help More Families Affected by Natural Disasters

A program aimed at helping homeowners avoid foreclosure needs to be streamlined.

This May Reduce Racial Bias In Groups At Work

Research has shown that groups working on a project often diminish the contributions minorities make. A small change could make things more equal.

Response Rates to Federal Employee Workplace Satisfaction Survey a Growing Concern

Despite widening who can participate in the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, responses fell 5 percentage points from 2017.