Supreme Court Upholds American Indian Treaty Promises, Orders Oklahoma To Follow Federal Law

Land in what is now eastern Oklahoma, which was granted to the Creek Nation by Congress in 1833, is still under tribal sovereignty, the Supreme Court ruled.

Labor Agency Changes Organizational Chart to Bolster Court Defense

Attorneys for a union challenging how members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel are appointed called recent changes to the Federal Labor Relations Authority website a “cynical” effort to influence the case.

Meet the Researcher Leading NIH’s COVID-19 Vaccine Development Efforts

A conversation with Dr. John Mascola, director of the vaccine research center at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Why Is the COVID-19 Death Rate Down?

The gap between soaring cases and falling deaths is being weaponized by the right to claim a hollow victory in the face of shameless failure. What’s really going on?

Election Experts Warn of November Disaster

"The coronavirus has really laid bare the cracks in our system."

Ensuring a Safe Return to the Office While Fostering Employee Connection

Most people know what to do; whether they actually do it is a different matter.

Agonizing Lag in Coronavirus Research Puts Pregnant Women and Babies at Risk

After months of asserting pregnant women were not at high risk for the coronavirus, the CDC recently released a study with sobering findings for expectant mothers. Experts say the data gaps are almost as worrisome as the results.

GovExec Daily: The Pandemic and Native American Communities

Lindsey Schneider and Stephanie Malin join the podcast to discuss their research on the COVID-19 crisis' effects on American Indian communities.

Homeland Security Democrats Implore TSA to Institute Mask Requirement

“The only controversy surrounding masks is a dangerous political one manufactured by President Trump,” they wrote.

Hungry Children Can’t Wait for Government ‘Innovation’

In the midst of a crisis, USDA policies make it nearly impossible for states to deal with the surging need for food assistance.

A College Degree Is No Guarantee of a Good Life

Higher education is often described as an investment. But it’s still unclear if it pays off in happiness.

GovExec Daily: The FEC Loses Its Quorum

Courtney Bublé joins the show to examine how the Federal Elections Commission can go forward with only three commissioners.

The Marijuana Superweapon Biden Refuses to Use

Legalizing marijuana is extremely popular. So why won’t Joe Biden embrace the idea?