Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he decided against meeting with the terrorist organization.
A series of internal and external factors has driven the Combined Federal Campaign to the brink of irrelevance.
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Department officials said a "previously unidentified contracting issue" led to a temporary suspension of programs designed to help employees cope with substance abuse and other mental health problems.
The latest bout of bloodshed may have played some role in the actions Trump just took, but it is also a convenient out for an administration that had gone all in on a floundering initiative.
Agencies earning top marks on recent assessment share their secrets.
Consolidating the department’s ethics programs in the Office of the Solicitor will benefit leadership, not the public.
Administration says it "will not apologize" or change course, despite warnings.
More than 200 lawmakers insisted that appropriators protect a House-passed provision blocking agencies from implementing union contracts mandated by the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
Lawmakers look into possible Emoluments Clause violations and potential waste of taxpayer funds.
FOIA documents and a whistle-blower uncover how the Obama and Trump administrations used solitary in ways that critics say are arbitrary, cruel, and in violation of federal rules.
Donald Trump tweeted quite a bit in defense of his comments about the path of Hurricane Dorian.
The Office of Personnel Management reminds agencies of options for federal employees in Dorian’s path.
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Government says feds are not entitled to damages as hackers intended to use the personal information they gathered for spying, not identity theft or fraud.
A New York local argues that by implementing provisions of Trump’s workforce executive orders through collective bargaining, agencies violated a U.S. District Court injunction.
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