Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris proposes requiring states that have a history of restricting abortion to submit new laws for federal approval before they can go into effect.
Women in the workplace face discrimination at every level, including in upper management.
Frances Perkins’s genius lay in spotting a problem—and framing it as something government action could fix.
Joint exercises remain on the schedule as Turkish forces attack America’s Syrian rebel allies.
New research finds this trend is happening as gaps in wealth are becoming more stark between high and low income baby boomers and others approaching retirement age.
The administration’s assistant director for artificial intelligence shared details about an in-the-works memo to modernize agencies’ regulatory approaches to the emerging tech.
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The contenders have big plans for growing government.
The Enterprise Identity Service would let Pentagon officials oversee the access credentials and online activity of every user who touches its networks.
The agency is also interested in learning how body cameras could be integrated with its facial recognition program.
The bill would require the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to share more weather modeling data with third parties and review possible innovations.
Across the country, members of the Democratic Socialists of America have been elected to city councils running on platforms that reject capitalism and promote working class interests.
Six winners among 26 finalists will be recognized at the “Oscars of government service.”
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