Agents at a Border Patrol academy will be part of a test of body-worn cameras.
A United States Postal Service employee is behind bars after narcotics agents caught him in possession of a large amount of marijuana.
The American Association of Nurse Practitioners says it has a solution for Robert McDonald, the new secretary of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, which is facing a shortage of doctors.
One of the largest vehicle fleets in the country has reached the end of its useful life. The question is what will come next.
Air Force officials say they’re changing their policy on enlistment oaths and will allow airmen to omit the words “so help me God” if they choose.
Johns Hopkins University political scientists wanted to know if America’s unelected officials have enough in common with the people they govern to understand them. The answer: Not really.
A year after a Navy and Marine Corps subcontractor killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard, the federal government has fired the firm that handled most of its background checks and changed key screening policies.
Government insiders who flagged security issues prior to the launch of HealthCare.gov were right to be concerned. That’s according to a new audit by the Government Accountability Office, which concluded that security weaknesses are putting “the sensitive personal information” contained by HealthCare.gov and its related systems at risk.