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Treasury Announces $1 Billion in Hardest-Hit Fund for the Fight Against Blight

The money will go toward preventing foreclosure and stabilizing troubled housing markets in the states hit hardest by the housing crisis and recession.

Clinton is Stuck In Late-Primary Limbo

With Bernie Sanders sticking around, Clinton’s plans for pivoting to the general are still mostly on hold.

Michael Michaud, assistant secretary of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service, and a former Democratic congressman from Maine, said the statutes governing veterans preference should be consolidated to make things simpler.

No One Really Understands How Vets’ Preference Works in Federal Hiring

The patchwork of laws governing the benefit confuses agencies, hiring managers and veterans, say witnesses at a House hearing.

Senate, House Clash Over Privatizing FAA

Senate rejects House provision to remove 30,000 employees from federal rolls.

Doctor Who Helped Expose Lead in Flint’s Water Praises EPA Whistleblower

Ridenhour Prize winner Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha said EPA regional official Miguel del Torral was also “dismissed and ridiculed” when he tried to report the problem.

Agencies increasingly are entering into "pay for success" contracts to provide social services.

What Happens If You Pay Contractors Only When Their Programs Work?

The White House is launching studies of “pay for success” social programs to find out if they really deliver on their promises.

Sanders addresses supporters in Arizona in July.

Will Sanders Stay or Will He Go?

A senior adviser reportedly said the campaign would “sit back and assess where we are” after upcoming primaries.