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Scott Walker Promises to Eliminate ‘Corrosive’ Federal Unions Entirely

Republican presidential contender expects to defeat any legal challenges from the labor groups.

Legislation Would Give VA Health Care Workers MSPB Appeal Rights If They’re Fired

Lawmakers consider tweaking language to make sure 190,000 employees don’t receive an additional venue for appealing personnel decisions.

President Obama greets House and Senate pages after delivering the State of the Union address Jan. 20, 2015.

Lawmakers: Give Obama What He Wants to Avoid Shutdown

Others vow to press forward with shutdown strategy.

Republican presidential contender Scott Walker wants to transfer “power from the big government union bosses to the hardworking taxpayer."

Scott Walker Has a Plan to Cripple Federal Employee Unions

One leader says proposal would "wipe labor unions off the map."

Go Ahead, Ask Your Co-Worker About His Pay

Obama administration publishes final rule prohibiting contractors from going after employees who talk openly about compensation.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., pressed a GSA official to pledge to pay back affected families within 30 days and clear up the invoice backlog.

Army Families Who Floated Uncle Sam on Child Care Costs Will Be Reimbursed Soon

Service members struggled to make ends meet while waiting months for government to pay invoices under subsidy program.

Government Employees Like Their Job Perks Way More Than Private Sector Workers

Public sector workers are especially happy with their retirement benefits, poll finds.

Cuts to danger pay are "not useful" and would damage morale, said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

A Federal Employee Pay Cut Even Republicans Are Outraged About

Lawmakers vow to intervene with Obama administration proposal to cut pay for feds in danger.