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How Trump’s End to Obamacare Subsidies Increases the Threat of a Government Shutdown

White House also calls for Congress to cancel $5.6 billion in agency appropriations.

Federal Retirees to Receive Biggest Cost-of-Living Bump Since 2012

The 2 percent increase will take effect starting with December benefits.

Are You Mentally Prepared for Retirement?

You need to visualize your life after your federal career is over.

AFGE National President J. David Cox speaks to union members in 2012.

Ousted Local Officials Accuse Largest Federal Employee Union of ‘Sloppy Coup’

AFGE put its Labor Department local in trusteeship over spending on a settlement distribution event.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said: "This is a common sense, good government bill."

House Approves TSP Modernization Bill

First update to retirement savings program in 30 years would provide more withdrawal flexibility for participants.

House Approves Bill to Give Cost-Saving Feds $20,000 Bonuses

Measure would double current awards and give agency heads the authority to dole them out.

A Border Patrol agent walks with a Homeland Security official as crews work on prototypes for President Trump's proposed border wall.

House Authorizes Hiring Spree of 10,000 Feds

Measure would double Trump's request, while also authorizing the president's proposed border wall.

 “This bill fights for a better and more transparent system to get rid of harmful backlogs,” said Rep. Steve Knight, R-Calif., the original sponsor of the bill in the House.

Bill Targeting Security Clearance Backlog Advances in Senate

The legislation would reinstate backlog reporting, plus push agencies to honor each other's clearances and implement continuous monitoring.