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How to Learn Absolutely Anything, According to a World Expert

Plus tips for overcoming procrastination and building your memory.

Defense Secretary James Mattis and President Trump arrive at the multilateral meeting of the North Atlantic Council in July in Brussels.

Analysis: Bob Woodward's New Book Shows How Broken the Trump Administration Really Is

The revelations indicate a depth of disgust and disrespect between the president and his top aides far more extensive than already known.

Former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt testifies at his confirmation hearing.

EPA Doubled Spending on Administrator's Security Without Justification, IG Finds

The agency never identified any threats against former chief Scott Pruitt.

Raymond Vela is currently superintendent of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.

Trump Names 28-Year Career Employee to Run Park Service

Raymond Vela earns mixed reviews from advocacy groups.

Who is Accountable for Agency Performance?

Performance management is best seen as a puzzle—one the government hasn’t yet been able to put together.

The Upsides to Delegating

All too often a crisis happens before a leader realizes they could have done a better job of sharing responsibility.

MSPB Highlights Best Practices in Performance Management

Timely feedback, employee autonomy and a sense of purpose all contribute to better performance, morale.

Cars float down a flooded street in Houston in 2017 after Hurricane Harvey hit the city.

FEMA Misses Hurricane Damage Reported On Twitter

A new report shows that FEMA estimates failed to capture almost half of the Hurricane Harvey damage reports people provided using social media.