President Barack Obama outlined his executive actions on immigration reform in a speech Thursday night. Here are answers to some questions many people are asking.
A Sacramento federal judge on Thursday sentenced James O. Molen of Chico to three years in prison. Prosecutors say he retaliated against federal officers who investigated his failure to pay taxes.
Chaffetz, a Republican from Utah, will be chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee when the next Congress convenes in January. From that perch he will have broad authority to investigate the government and significant influence over the federal workforce and wants to remove what he calls “bad apples.”
Compared with his predecessor — the colorful and controversial Darrell Issa — he is promising not to let things get too personal as the new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
HHS erroneously calculated the number of Obamacare sign ups, incorrectly adding 380,000 dental subscribers to raise the total above 7 million.
The top Democrat on a House panel this week criticized the U.S. Postal Service for waiting to notify employees that a recent breach of the organization’s computer network had compromised their personal information, saying the agency’s justification for the delay “doesn’t fly.”
Authorities were investigating two separate phony reports of shootings at federal buildings on Thursday.
Ahead of the president’s announcement on immigration, the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agency is preparing for a surge of as many as 100,000 new illegal immigrants crossing into the United States.