A phony postal worker is accused of stealing mail in a Sacramento neighborhood. Federal investigators say they’re looking for a suspect wearing a fake mail carrier uniform that’s targeting unsuspecting residents.
Federal officials have allowed the armed occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge to drag on for more than a month as part of a strategy learned from past standoffs in Texas and Idaho that ended in bloodshed and spurred more government mistrust, experts say.
A United Nations panel ruled Friday that Julian Assange was being “arbitrarily detained” and urged an end to what it called the “deprivation of liberty” of the WikiLeaks founder.
Delays at the Office of Personnel Management are forcing ex-federal workers to wait for retirement benefits for too long after their job income ends, two U.S. senators charged Thursday.
Nearly three quarters of federal officials say embracing digital technology has led to productivity gains, but precious few say they are fully leveraging new capabilities, such as data analytics and cloud computing, to wholesale transform how they do business.
Here are top takeaways from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders’ MSNBC debate Thursday night in New Hampshire.
State Department officials have determined that classified information was sent to the personal email accounts of former Secretary of State Colin Powell and the senior staff of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.