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Federal employees got the news they were waiting for today. The White House announced they'll be given the day off on Monday, Dec. 24, giving them a four-day weekend many had been hoping for.
Lifestyle coach Patti Hudson talks about maintaining a positive outlook during the holidays.
December 10, 2012
People love to give each other gifts during the holiday season, but that can pose problems for federal workers who have to follow strict guidelines when it comes to accepting those presents.
What would it take to get a bonus bonus holiday?
There's a little something unexpected in the federal stocking this year: you are getting the day off after Christmas.
If you are working today, Memorial Day, odds are most members of the public, press or political establishment don't know it. Or don't know what you are doing. Or don't much care. But those who do, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, are very, very glad you are out there.
Whether you are working today or taking a brief early-winter break, get ready for 2011. It promises to be an "interesting" year. For reasons as to why you should fasten your seat belt, check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column today.
Whatever your reason for working today, be assured that Senior Correspondent Mike Causey feels your pain, but thankfully from afar. Check out his ghost of Christmas past column.
This is one of those very special warm and fuzzy holidays so today Senior Correspondent Mike Causey gets about as warm and fuzzy as you would like. And don't worry, it's okay if the kids see this column.
Two of the nation's most congested roads during Thanksgiving are in the Washington area, a new report finds, unwelcome news for the over one million heading home for the holiday.