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Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, questioned nominee Stephen Vaden's experience for the job.

Largest Federal Labor Union Opposes Trump’s Pick for Top USDA Lawyer

AFGE says Stephen Vaden “has shown contempt” for union contract, while Democratic senators question his experience, defense of controversial voter ID laws.

Defense Authorization Bill Allows Pilot Program on Curbing Bid Protests

A Senate-proposed “loser pays” mandate on major contracts was watered down.

Federal Prison Guard Pleads Guilty to Distributing Narcotics, Sexually Abusing Inmates

Bureau of Prisons officer took bribes for drugs and engaged in oral sex with female inmates.

What You Need to Know About Your Health Insurance Choices

It’s that time of year again: FEHBP open season is upon us.

Senior Airman Jacob Prine checks the fuel connection to a F-15 Eagle in 2010.

A Short-Staffed U.S. Air Force Wants Robots to Do More Human Jobs

The service’s top general says new systems, from bombs to buildings, must be able to think, share, and learn.

VA Secretary David Shulkin said he used his own money to pay for sightseeing on Europe trip.

Shulkin Stresses Accountability of VA Employees While Defending His Own

VA chief says reporters did not do their homework before accusing him of wasting taxpayer money on personal excursions during a trip to Europe in July.

Arianna Huffington's Solution For Women Who Don't Know What To Wear To Work

Women often spend a lot of time searching for appropriate workplace attire. Arianna Huffington prefers not to.

Why Mike Pompeo Released More bin Laden Files

The CIA director is intent on drawing connections between al-Qaeda and Iran—but to what end?