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Judge Says Government Faces ‘Uphill Battle’ to Prove OPM Hack Victims Don’t Have Standing to Sue

Unions seek to reverse lower court's dismissal of their pursuit for lifetime protections.

TSP Portfolios Took a Nosedive in October

Market volatility caused most funds in the retirement savings program to end last month in the red.

Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., walks to a closed-door GOP strategy session at the Capitol in June.

The Midterm Race Where Federal Employee Issues Are Front and Center

The incumbent Republican says feds need her voice to ensure their issues have bipartisan support.

VA Secretary Robert Wilkie took issue with more than 350 provisions of the proposed contract.

VA and 11,000 Nurses Reach Impasse as Secretary Rejects Negotiated Contract Proposal

Robert Wilkie raises hundreds of objections, which the union will challenge in court.

4 Ways to Stop Procrastinating

Tips for staying on track in the retirement planning process.

Federal Officers Association Asks OPM to Roll Back 2016 Annuity Change

Decision to apply "marital share" allocations to divorced retirees retroactively has led to many former feds to go into debt.

President Trump speaks during an August event to honor ICE and CBP agents.

The Administration Is Fighting to Restrict Pay Even for Trump's Favorite Feds: ICE Agents

The administration is fighting ICE employees despite president's promise to "always have your back."