A Senate committee is set to act today on one of the few federal employee issues where there is bipartisan agreement: that too many agencies put too many employees on paid time off for too long beyond their regular leave time
President Barack Obama is unveiling his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus proposal that’s freighted with liberal policy initiatives and new and familiar tax hikes — all sent to a dismissive Republican-controlled Congress that simply wants to move on from his presidency.
The investigation by the FBI into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server is still “ongoing,” according to a letter filed in federal court Monday by a top FBI official.
There are two words Temple Hills resident Leonard Gore hears from locals to describe the neighborhoods along Metro’s Green Line in Prince George’s County: “Old and tired.” Two bids to build an office complex for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services have renewed hopes that the economic renaissance the District is experiencing could spill over to Prince George’s.
President Barack Obama says one improvement he’d like to make at the White House for his successor is to upgrade the WiFi system.
With many positions open at more than a dozen airports around the state, the Transportation Security Administration says finding new hires is particularly challenging in Alaska.
Thousands of sensitive US government credentials have been exposed by an unnamed hacker, who has leaked a trove of suspected employee data to the internet and issued a warning that the FBI will be the next target.
Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio both went after the VA for only firing three people since the department was engulfed in a 2014 scandal for manipulating its wait-time data.