The White House has been placed on lockdown after a woman threw something over the north fence along Pennsylvania Avenue.
Service members and federal employees were recognized during the 60th Annual Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program ceremony and luncheon at the Hickam Officer ‘s Club on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Travelers reported moving quickly through airport checkpoints Friday after authorities opened extra screening lanes and used bomb-sniffing dogs to give some passengers a break from removing their shoes.
Though Memorial Day started as a way to commemorate the dead of the Civil War, today it is nearly synonymous with the start of summer and with the long weekend that many Americans use to celebrate the season. But it wasn’t always that way.
Neither Snow Nor Rain: A History of the United States Postal Service, the true story of how America has delivered its mail through the centuries, rambles, rattles, digresses (but never dawdles) as it serves up a colorful array of visionaries, hucksters, daredevils and crackpots to keep the narrative humming — and, at times, roaring — along.
A plaque honoring veterans missing since the 1990s has recently been recovered.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday an interest rate hike is “probably” appropriate in the coming months if economic data improve.
A woman was stopped by TSA agents who wouldn’t let her pick up her son and then patted her down, including underneath her clothes, in a private room, but the TSA offered no explanation to her as to why they went through all of the extra searching.