The U.S. aviation industry has only minimal confidence in the ability of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to overhaul the nation’s air-traffic control system, a survey released by a government watchdog agency said on Friday.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said Saturday that it is “committed to taking any measures necessary” to stop employees who review patents from lying about their hours and getting overtime pay and bonuses for work they didn’t do.
The abduction of a 12-year-old by a registered sex offender was stopped last year by a group effort of post office employees.
Two former Bureau of Land Management employees in Virginia are charged with defrauding the federal government, one by abandoning his federal job and returning to Montana to work for the Chippewa Cree Tribe and the other by covering up his absence.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency spent $4.6 million too much for housing, a watchdog said Thursday, possibly pricing its own agents out of homes built for their use.
Switzerland’s attorney general completed a legal opinion on the question of whether Snowden could be granted political asylum if he traveled to Switzerland to testify about the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities in the Swiss homeland.
U.S. Army sociologists are worried that a lack of black officers leading its combat troops will have detrimental effect on minorities and lead to fewer black officers in top leadership posts.