Pay & Benefits
Presidential candidate says he only helped the Postal Service generate ideas for new revenue streams.
The Defense inspector general plans to evaluate training and deployment costs, and whether funding meets legal and policy standards.
With the 2020 defense policy bill close to done, here are some ideas for next year.
Drones could help United Nations peacekeepers save civilians' lives – but there are obstacles.
The new revenue is helping IRS hire, but critics warn program is targeting nation's most vulnerable taxpayers and lagging behind projections.
The corps will address “critical skills gaps” in the department’s workforce.
An NIH-funded study showed that participants who limited daily food intake to a 10-hour period lost on average 3 percent of their weight and about 3 percent of their abdominal fat.
Lawmakers ask the agency to reconsider its decision to end a 6-year-old pilot program, citing concerns about the burden it places on employees and productivity.
Legislation follows surge of whistleblowers saying civil rights office has been neutered under Trump.
While Democrats and Republicans negotiate on appropriations, it’s unclear how the president will react.
Trump’s defenders suggest that White House aides could exculpate the president—but the evidence suggests otherwise.
Pay & Benefits
A tentative agreement on the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act would provide all federal employees with 12 weeks of paid family leave each year.
It’s all part of the agency’s ongoing efforts to modernize the services it provides.
His career spanned five decades and seven presidents.
Analysis: Courts Have Avoided Refereeing Between Congress and the President, but Trump May Force Them to Wade In
President Trump refuses to provide information to lawmakers in the impeachment inquiry. But courts have been reluctant to take such cases for fear of upsetting the government's balance of power.
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