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David Shulki (left), VA undersecretary for health, said it was important to set the facts straight.

Employees Can Be Involved in Armed Robberies as Long as It's On Their Own Time, VA Says

VA official clarifies employee who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors was reinstated.

The Lesser of Three Evils

Trump, Cruz, and Clinton would be their parties’ most disliked nominees in the history of polling.

TSP Officials Say They Might Need to Ask for More Money

The entity that oversees federal employees’ retirement plans already has obligated nearly 70 percent of its fiscal 2016 budget – mostly for cybersecurity needs.

Justice Department Nails Fraudsters Who Exploited IRS Data Breach

Georgia couple that used 'Get my Transcript' tool to collect unmerited refunds pleads guilty.

U.S. Forces Are Syria-Bound

President Obama announced the deployment of up to 250 troops, including Special Forces, for training and assisting local forces fighting ISIS.

Here's What It Would Take to Get More F-22s

Congress is inquiring about restarting the Raptor production line, cold for almost five years now.

Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz (left) and John Kasich shake hands after a debate March 3.

A Cruz-Kasich Alliance to Stop Trump

The Texas senator and the Ohio governor team up against the Republican front-runner in three upcoming states.

How to Call Out a Jerk at Work

When you smooth over unacceptable behavior, you are facilitating emotional harm to yourself and others.

Donald Trump and Chris Christie speak to a crowd in Ohio in March.

A Vice Presidential Free-for-All?

How the Republican delegates in Cleveland could nominate Donald Trump but not his chosen running mate.