In an April 7 internal memo, Homeland Security officials warned that the pandemic's “extended isolation” could spark trouble.
More and more, the goals of being a dedicated employee and being a dedicated parent seem to be in conflict.
Three out of four Americans without reliable high-speed internet access live in urban areas. Most haven’t connected because they can’t afford it.
The new U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO has sparked fears over politicization of employees’ journalism.
Since April, the state of Utah and area manufacturers have supplied more than 1 million masks to state residents for free.
Republicans say feds should swiftly go back to work: "It’s time to take our chances," one argues.
Also new in the bill is a provision allowing the government to share negative information about contractors with their companies.
A recently published internal White House document from early in the Trump administration proved to be a road map for the White House’s efforts to weaken unions and cut federal employee pay and benefits.
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The government’s top IT leader is leaving government in July.
One GOP lawmaker worries “it’s going to hurt U.S. strategic interests more than it’s going to punish Germany.”
The full name of the country’s smallest state, “The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations,” will be changed on official documents to remove the words that have an association with slavery.
Restrictions on out-of-state arrivals in several states have drawn court challenges. Meanwhile, New York and two other states moved ahead with a policy like this on Wednesday.
Attorneys for the Trump administration argued that the D.C. District Court lacks jurisdiction to hear constitutional challenges against how members of the panel are appointed, but a judge in a separate case ruled against the government on that issue Monday.
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