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One of the Longest-Running Whistleblower Cases Is About to Get Longer

Ex-FAA inspector who claimed she was fired for disclosures will appeal MSPB denial.

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Clinton Would Add Tens of Billions to VA Spending, Trump Even More

Unlike Trump, Clinton would erase sequester caps and boost funding for all federal agencies.

Orlando Mayor: Cities Need to Be Better Prepared for Mass Violence

“It’s important that we as mayors begin a larger discourse about how we prepare for and respond to these types of events,” Mayor Buddy Dyer tells the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

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On Politics

Donald Trump Issues a Warning to Republicans

The party's presumptive nominee and the Republican National Committee are working together to avoid a revolt at the July convention, according to The New York Times.

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Predicting the Future May Be Easier Than You Think

There’s a science to forecasting uncertain events. Agencies would benefit from learning about it.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, requested more information.

Senator Wants to Know More About Homeland Security's Use of Paid Leave

Grassley asks Johnson for data on such issues as medical conditions, threats to staff.

Trader Craig Esposito works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.

Unsurprisingly, TSP Funds Are In the Red After Brexit

The final returns for a volatile June will be available on July 1.

Excellence in Government

The Millennials Balancing Their Parents' Job Searches With Their Own

Young adults have a reputation for leaning heavily on their mothers and fathers. For some families, though, the support flows the other way.

Barack Obama confers with Chief of Staff Denis McDonough in the Oval Office  in 2015.

How Obama Bounced Back

After a stinging defeat in the 2014 midterm elections, the president found a way to avoid being a lame duck.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, left, listens to Juno program manager for Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Tim Gasparrini as they view the Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft in 2011

Juno: NASA's Sturdy, Sophisticated, History-Making Spacecraft

The spacecraft was designed to make it all the way to Jupiter, then orbit the planet without getting destroyed in the process

On Politics

Why Hillary Clinton Should Worry About Brexit

Anti-elite sentiment is erupting around the world. And it’s the main reason why Donald Trump remains competitive in the presidential election.

An Imminent End to the Military’s Ban on Transgender Americans

A formal announcement from the Pentagon is expected some time in July.

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