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Senate Appropriations Bill Leaves Pay Raise to Trump

No push for pay parity to match civilian increase with 2.4 percent bump for military members.

Make #GivingTuesday a Day to Remember

The new volunteerism component of the Combined Federal Campaign gives feds another way to support the causes they care about.

Video: DHS's Program to Help Train Local Bomb Sniffing Dogs, Explained

The Regional Explosives Detection Dog Initiative started earlier this year.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., sent letters to the Commerce and SBA chiefs.

Senator Calls On Agencies to Streamline Programs for Entrepreneurs

The Government Accountability Office reported in 2012 that each of the 52 entrepreneur support programs at Commerce, SBA and other agencies overlapped with at least one other program.

The seal of the U.S. Air Force's Operationally Responsive Space office.

As the Air Force Turns Its Focus to Space, This Small Team Could Lead the Way

Once seen as a threat to traditional acquisition channels, the Operationally Responsive Space office is making it faster and cheaper to put new capabilities into orbit.

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., is one of the senators who wrote a Nov. 15 letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

State Dept. Defends Management Reforms Against Senators' Complaints

McCain and Shaheen want more consultation with Congress on staff cuts.

Trump makes an announcement at a Cabinet meeting Monday.

Trump Vows Justice (and a Wall) After Border Patrol Agent Was Killed on Duty

Agent’s union says he was attacked and brutally beaten.

The EEOC Just Made It a Lot Easier To File a Sexual Harassment Complaint

The government has created an online portal for initiating complaints.

Protesters attend an anti-U.S. military bases rally in 2016.

The U.S. Military Has Banned All Service Members In Japan From Drinking

Members of the U.S. military serving in all of Japan have been temporarily banned from drinking alcohol both on and off base following a fatal accident in Okinawa.