Police are investigating after a man crashed a vehicle Friday morning into a barricade on the south side of the U.S. Capitol grounds.
The doctor who blew the whistle on poor treatment of veterans at the Phoenix VA medical clinic says she is disappointed by the lack of progress in improving care.
The 49-cent stamp has eight more months of life until the U.S. Postal Service has to roll the price back.
The author recounts her recent experience with looking at her Social Security statement which indicates by way of a footnote that the government may not be able to fulfill its financial obligations to Social Security recipients.
Sources say that classified emails stored on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server contained information from multiple intelligence agencies in addition to data connected to the 2012 Benghazi attack.
The FBI and a congressional committee are investigating whether a federal worker was manufacturing methamphetamine in a federal building after a room exploded earlier this month.
Current and former Veterans Affairs employees who blew the whistle on poor health care at VA facilities came face-to-face with the agency’s new chief watchdog for the first time at a Senate hearing Thursday.
Federal employees — and their affected relatives — should know by mid-August the terms of the credit monitoring and liability protections the Office of Personnel Management will be offering to those who had their information stolen in the second OPM data breach.