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Q&A for federal workers: Annuity calculation

Question: How much will the pay raise increase my “high-three” if I retire soon? Answer: Salaries of most federal employees in the Washington area have ...

January 16 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Gary Cohn Liked the WSJ Interview With Trump—Until the Last Question

News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau

January 12 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

On eve of feds’ giving deadline, charities fear more decline in donations

  “We are so amazed!” shouts a Facebook post from the organization that funnels federal employee donations to Washington area charities. “More than $30 ...

January 11 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

How Dreamers’ Fate Could Be Resolved

A big question in Washington right now: What is going to happen next for the Dreamers? The legal reprieve for these young undocumented immigrants starts to ...

January 11 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Pro- and anti-Trump labor leaders call for more border security staffers

Shortly before President Trump again trumpeted his desire for a border wall during a White House meeting with legislators, a congressional panel grappled ...

January 10 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

What Is the Significance of Rep. Ed Royce’s Retirement?

News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau

January 10 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Who Is Going to Run for President in 2020?

News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau

January 9 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Does Trump Deserve Credit for Strong Economic Numbers?

News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau

January 8 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

ICE fires back at Pro-Trump union leader who bashed agency and president’s pick for its chief

The split between the labor organization representing immigration officers and the Trump administration has swollen, with a sharp agency rebuttal to union ...

January 8 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Jeff Sessions Receives Bipartisan Chorus of Criticism

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is ending the first week of 2018 out of favor with many around Washington, including members of the Republican Party.

January 5 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)