Prosecutors are seeking to prevent the former NSA contractor from profiting from his unauthorized release of classified information.
New research about rural high school students found that suicide prevention should involve fostering strong connections to adult staff members.
Senators go with Trump's latest proposal for a 2.6% civilian pay raise for 2020 but no locality increase, while the House has approved an average 3.1% raise.
Democrats vow to continue to fight to stop the Economic Research Service and National Institute of Food and Agriculture from moving to Kansas City later this year.
An executive order signed by Baltimore Mayor Jack Young says the city can’t offer “unreasonable” nondisclosure agreements to people who sue the city and work out agreements—but the city council might try to ban them outright.
The company is pitching the Pentagon on a five-year deal — with promises to keep 80 percent of the fleet mission-ready.
The chief information officers from the departments of Health and Human Services, Justice and the General Services Administration offered emerging tech ideas to feds.
Merit Systems Protection Board imposes a $1,000 fine and 30-month debarment from federal service.
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One department lost 90 employees during the most recent lapse, while another slashed hiring by nearly 40%.
The agency plans to use the data to make sure everyone in the country has affordable access to healthy food.
It’s about replacing the V-22, eventually. But it’s also about finding new ways to harness commercial innovation.
President Donald Trump tweeted about conferring with the Saudis about potential reprisals.
The findings are included in the latest edition of an annual report. “In a sense in our budget, we’re treating kids worse and worse,” said one of its authors.
The five years it takes to complete a buyout of homes damaged by floods is too lengthy for many homeowners to endure, a new Natural Defense Resources Council study says.
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The board that governs the 401(k)-style retirement savings program authorized a 6.9% budget increase for the agency Monday.
The Oversight and Reform Committee is requesting documents related to her family’s company, financial investments and travel.
Agency supervisors say politically motivated attacks on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement workforce are “unconscionable.”
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