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USPS Faces Difficult Choices on How to Spend Its Limited Resources

The Postal Service plans huge increase in capital investments over the next decade, if it can afford them.

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., is one of the lawmakers who signed onto the amicus brief.

Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Files Brief Supporting Unions' Legal Challenge Against Workforce EOs

Filing includes two former legislators who voted for the 1978 Civil Service Reform Act.

CIA Whistleblower Who Sought Private Right to Action Is Terminated

Agent known as James Pars seeks to expose intel community's "bullying."

Most TSP Funds Flat in June

The Thrift Savings Plans’ portfolios saw little movement last month.

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin speaks about a law that allows pay-for-success funding for projects aiming to reduce female incarceration rates in 2017.

Social Impact Bonds, Explained

These partnerships between investors, governments and nonprofits are a new way to pay for programs and services that help people in need and address intractable problems like mass incarceration.

A guard walks past toys donated by protesters outside the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children in Florida.

Lawmakers Cast Doubt on Claims of Smooth Interagency Handling of Family Separations at the Border

Trump administration has not offered details into how agencies will meet new court-mandated timeline for reunification.

Hundreds of activists protest the Trump administration's approach to illegal border crossings in a demonstration at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on June 28.

Survey: One in Three Feds Say They or a Colleague Have Received Threats in 2018

Thirty-seven percent of respondents think threats or harassment is more likely now than six months ago.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is the author of the bill.

Senators Look to Give Trump Authority to Reform and Reorganize Government

Even if reorganization authority is provided, Congress would still have final say on changes.