A petition was started last week asking the White House to give federal employees an extra day off at Thanksgiving. How likely is this to happen?
In an ironic twist, Department of Veterans Affairs officials may pay thousands of dollars to move a pair of recently demoted executives accused of receiving tens of thousands of dollars in questionable relocation bonuses.
The Office of Personnel Management has made some cybersecurity improvements, but vulnerabilities still remain, according to an audit by OPM’s Office of Inspector General.
This summer’s huge cyberattack on the federal government is getting personal for thousands of Alabama residents this month as letters arrive from Washington saying “your Social Security Number and other personal information was included in the intrusion.”
Here are tips from an expert on the federal employee health insurance program (FEHB) on how federal employees can save money by learning more about the program.
A former postal employee was arrested Monday after he solicited potential investors for a fake gold and diamond investment opportunity in Africa, police said.
Rep. Martha McSally recently made a claim comparing the number of Internal Revenue Service agents to the number of people “countering violent extremism” in America. Is it true?
An attorney with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was caught playing fast and loose with the facts in order to convince a bank to approve a short sale on her house.
Judicial Watch announced Tuesday it will sue the U.S. Secret Service for not responding to numerous Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests the group has submitted since July 21, 2014.
An anti-Transportation Security Administration activist has a protest planned at Sky Harbor International Airport just in time for the Thanksgiving travel season.