Skeptics question whether relocations are an attempt to undermine science.
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How to ease into life after government if you’re not ready for a life of leisure.
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Recent reports have shown that about one in seven federal workers is eligible to retire today, a rate that reaches as high as one in five at a few agencies.
Meanwhile, many FEMA employees working emergencies before 2017 likely owe the government money for overpayments.
After years of failed efforts, lawmakers included a provision in the Defense authorization act to roll back a 2014 reduction in long-term travel reimbursements.
If you play your cards right, you can walk out of government with the same net income as when you retired.
Trump told Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday a government shutdown would be "a great campaign issue," further complicating the prospects for a spending bill.
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Under current guidance, agencies can fire feds for using marijuana, even in states where medical or recreational use is legal.