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NASA and ESA astronauts conduct a spacewalk in 2006.

NASA is Hiring Astronauts

The last time NASA opened up astronaut applications, in 2012, it received over 6,000 responses

Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn., said finding a compromise on how to fire people who aren’t performing is a “realistic conversation” to have.

Lawmaker: VA Isn’t the Only Agency That Can’t Fire Bad Employees Fast Enough

Florida Republican would like to see VA accountability bill provisions extended governmentwide.

TRICARE Premium Hike, Gender Pay Gap and More

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

House Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller issued subpoenas out of frustration to force witnesses to show up at the hearing.

VA Moves to Punish Senior Executives

Two department officials plead the Fifth during Monday night congressional hearing.

TSP Rebounds in October

All the retirement funds posted positive returns last month.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., introduced the bill.

Senators Want to Make Sure Federal 'Tax Cheats' Don't Get Bonuses

Bipartisan group reintroduces a bill to prohibit tax delinquent and misbehaving IRS employees from receiving performance awards.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., was elected speaker on Thursday.

New House Speaker Has a History of Targeting Federal Pay, Benefits and Jobs

Paul Ryan's promotion could be a bad sign of things to come for feds.

How Divorce or a Job Change Could Derail Your Financial Plan

Things to consider long before you set your retirement date.

Some Feds Could Soon Be Automatically Enrolled in New Health Plans

New rule would involuntarily enroll FEHBP participants whose plans are terminated in the cheapest remaining option.