New Senate Budget Committee Chairman Mike Enzi said on Thursday he intends to follow the lead of House Republicans with a Senate budget plan that balances within 10 years, but with more of the savings up front.
Radar devices that allow police officers to effectively see into suspects’ homes raise “privacy concerns of the highest order,” top lawmakers on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said Thursday.
Retrieving items confiscated by the TSA is a complex process.
A new report says the Justice Department lacks rules governing off-duty behavior of employees in foreign countries.
The myRA accounts are aimed to help the several million Americans in the low as well as middle income groups who lack any access to retirement plans, which are sponsored by their employees. However, all workers are welcome to sign up for the accounts, even those who wish to add to their current retirement savings plan.
The Drug Enforcement Administration did nothing to warn employees against off-duty misconduct after a federal review found that DEA agents helped Secret Service officers hire prostitutes during a 2012 trip to Cartagena, Colombia.
Ever since news broke in 2013 that the IRS had targeted the exemption applications of tea party and some other politically-oriented groups for extra scrutiny, conventional wisdom had it that the agency throws up roadblocks for organizations trying to obtain its seal of approval. But much evidence indicates the IRS backs down without much fuss when groups seeking 501(c)(4) “social welfare” status come calling.
The Social Security Administration plans to expand hours at field offices across the country, reversing a years-long trend of service reductions and representing a possible shift in the debate over how the agency interacts with the public.