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Treasury Moves Debt Ceiling Deadline Closer

Congress will have two weeks to act upon returning from recess.

Low gas prices are to blame.

It's Official: Retirees Will Not Receive a COLA in 2016

This is only the third time in 40 years that there hasn’t been an adjustment.

U.S. soldiers conduct team live fire training at Range 17 at the Baumholder maneuver training area in Germany.

Military Pay and Benefits in Limbo As Obama Weighs Veto

The Defense bill includes the 2016 pay raise and military retirement reforms.

Look for Lawmakers to Again Target Feds’ Benefits

Democrat vows fight, calls using federal workers as offsets for other costs ‘unconscionable.’

Why Your Retirement Spending Estimates Are Probably Wrong

The experts weigh in on where people miscalculate in their life-after-work plans.

The 10 Agencies Whose Employees Are Most Satisfied With Their Pay

NASA tops the list, with Education, HUD and State also making the cut.