Six days before the window closes for public comments, a Veterans Affairs proposal to expand nurses’ authority to treat veterans without a doctor’s supervision has drawn 71,520 comments online.
Security checkpoint wait times have eased at airports across the nation, thanks to what officials say is a major overhaul of the way they keep passengers safe.
Construction dust filled a tunnel at the Pentagon City Metro station Tuesday morning. The incident comes as riders on the Blue and Yellow lines began their first surge-free commute in a week.
Days before Hillary Clinton is scheduled to accept the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, a government watchdog says the nation’s housing secretary violated a law prohibiting government officials from using their office for partisan politics when he promoted her candidacy during a media interview.
Federal government employees eligible for retirement are not retiring—yet—according to a new Georgia State University study, but the low percentage of federal workers under 30 suggests when they do, they could create a federal workforce crisis.
It’s easy to summarize Donald Trump’s position on Social Security. He doesn’t want to touch it. But his new running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, has a very different view. He wants to radically reform the program.
A new car-sharing service backed by General Motors Co. is coming to Washington, D.C. at a time when the city’s Metrorail system is undergoing a massive repair effort.
FBI officials will hand over the first of “tens of thousands” of deleted emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server on Friday to the State Department, government lawyers told a court Monday.