Local lawmakers welcome Secretary Perdue’s choice in still-disputed moves out of Washington, D.C.
The belated lists arrived just ahead of a GAO report that says the Pentagon is failing to use climate projections in planning.
Just ask President Hillary Clinton about these kind of predictions.
“The real heroes of Project Apollo were public servants,” says historian Douglas Brinkley.
Outdated tech can be costly.
Veterans Affairs officials said their upgraded health record platform will start rolling out in March, but lawmakers worry they might be jumping in too soon.
The Office of Personnel Management directed agencies to encourage the practice during the summer closures of half a dozen Virginia Metrorail stations.
Along the East Coast, states and companies are joining to make big investments in port upgrades, as the region eyes a decade of job growth tied to renewable energy.
Many current and former U.S. military leaders call climate change a serious national security threat, but few of them mention the Defense Department's big carbon footprint.
Following recent controversies, Patrick Shanahan cites the Hatch Act and a department directive prohibiting certain partisan activities.
The findings come as more Americans are working longer into old age.
A lawsuit says the agency accused innocent men of drug smuggling, chained them to decks, and sailed with them straight into a hurricane.
Four former administrators say the Trump administration is putting the environment, and public health, at risk.
Five S-400 anti-aircraft missile batteries, plus additional troops and fighters, let Moscow better defend the Black Sea and threaten Europe and the Middle East.
Bosses who reject suggestions harshly can shut up their employees, research suggests.
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