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Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.

HHS Secretary Will Reimburse Taxpayers for Charter Flights—But Only For Cost of His Seat

The department reportedly spent $400,000 on private aircraft for Tom Price; he’s writing a check for $51,887.31.

Congress Approves FAA Extension Ahead of Deadline

Senate removes a controversial measure on flood insurance from the must-pass bill.

What Makes the FERS Supplement Special

For certain groups of employees, it’s especially important.

Watchdog: OPM Denied 20 Percent of Agency Requests to Let Political Appointees 'Burrow In'

Denied requests violated merit system principles; in all political-to-career conversions that actually went through since 2010, agencies followed the rules.

Special Counsel Office Touts Settlements in Pregnancy Discrimination, Veterans Preference Cases

The small investigative agency has been stressing alternative dispute resolution; settlements were reached under acting leadership.

The Case for Evidence in Government

Data alone can’t provide insight into the effectiveness of government programs—sophisticated analysis is vital.

Aircraft from the U.S. Air Force, U. S. Marine Corps, Japan Air Defense Force and Republic of Korea Air Force conduct a show of force flight south of the Demilitarization Zone in South Korea on Aug. 31.

Could North Korea Shoot Down U.S. Warplanes?

Some of Pyongyang's surface-to-air missiles are old, but its newer ones could threaten American aircraft.

People sit on both sides of a destroyed bridge that crossed over the San Lorenzo de Morovis river, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, in Morovis, Puerto Rico.

How Hurricane Maria Will Be More Costly For Puerto Rico Than Harvey Was For Texas

"The hurricane’s devastation has been multiplied by the island’s more limited ability to absorb it.

Play of the Day: Jared Kushner's Voter Registration Snafu

The White House advisor made a mistake in some paperwork.