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The Government Is Still Considering Better and Longer Protections for Hack Victims

Federal employees could also be headed for their own post-hack perk.

Ranger students rest during medical evacuation training in Georgia.

First Women Complete Army's Ranger School

What comes next for the two women is a decision awaiting Ash Carter by year’s end.

The High Cost of Health Coverage

How to manage health costs in retirement.

Tony Reardon

NTEU Elects 25-Year Veteran of the Union as President

Tony Reardon, who received 89 percent of the votes cast, replaces long-time leader Colleen Kelley.

Some Feds Will See Life Insurance Rate Hikes in January

Premiums will increase for retiree basic coverage and other options under older age bands.

TRICARE Enrollees Soon Will Have to Refill Certain Drugs Via Mail or at Military Facilities

Defense says it's too expensive to fill prescriptions at retail pharmacies.

Dear Congress: Stop Messing With the G Fund

Federal employee advocates don’t believe a proposed change to the TSP’s most stable offering is dead yet.

Let’s Get Real About Costs

Can you really live on a much lower income in retirement?

Retirement Claims Backlog Grows

Nearly 10,000 new applications were submitted between June and July, adding to the inventory.