Loretta Lynch was confirmed in a 56-43 vote, following weeks of gridlock in the Senate.
Cellphone video of a U.S. marshal rushing a woman filming police activity in metro Los Angeles, grabbing her cellphone, throwing it to the ground and kicking it has gone viral, prompting a U.S. congresswoman to take action.
Managers at the Veterans Affairs Department’s regional office in Philadelphia are allegedly encouraging employees to pay to talk to dead people.
Five months after her nomination, Loretta Lynch is set to finally receive a confirmation vote in the Senate.
This week in Washington, hundreds of low wage federal government contract workers walked off their jobs, demonstrating for a living wage and a union. They want the president to issue an executive order to give them a “living wage.”
There’s a battle brewing in the Oklahoma City neighborhood between some small-business owners and a handful of employees at the Federal Building.
Veterans Affairs whistleblowers from two VA regional offices — Philadelphia and Oakland — told a U.S. House committee hearing that management at their benefits claims office “created a hostile work environment” that has left employees “very demoralized,” and they endured psychological abuse after they reported failures to process thousands of claims.
New internal documents show that the real number of people removed from their jobs at the VA is at most, three.