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House Republicans List Perjury Allegations Against Hillary Clinton

By on August 16, 2016 in News with 60 Comments
House Republicans List Perjury Allegations Against Hillary Clinton

Two House Republicans recently sent a letter to U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips with information detailing perjury allegations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that they hope will be used to launch a formal investigation.

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NSA Allegedly Hacked By Unknown Group

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An unknown hacking group referring to itself as the "Shadow Brokers" has reportedly hacked the National Security Agency and is trying to auction off the data it grabbed.

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Refuge Occupier Jon Ritzheimer Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy

  on August 15, 2016 in News with 0 Comments
Malheur refuge occupier Jon Ritzheimer pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to prevent federal employees through force and intimidation from doing their jobs. Prosecutors recommend Ritzheimer serve two-and-a-half years in prison for his role.

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EPA Watchdog Investigating Sexual Harassment Allegations

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A federal ethics watchdog announced on Friday that it has opened an investigation into allegations of serial sexual harassment and retaliation against victims at the Environmental Protection Agency.

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State Department to Turn Over Recovered Emails From Clinton’s Private Server

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The State Department has agreed to provide the watchdog group Judicial Watch with all emails sent or received by Hillary Clinton while serving as Secretary of State that were recovered from her private email server during the investigation by the FBI.

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U.S. Office of Government Ethics Updates Rules Governing Recruiting of Federal Employees to Private Sector Jobs

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New rules issued recently by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics (“OGE”) serve as a reminder that, even before hiring a federal employee, a company may find itself entangled in federal ethics rules that regulate the job negotiation process.

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Proposed Regulation Would Let Transgender Feds Use Their Preferred Restrooms

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A new regulation will be submitted to the Federal Register that would allow transgender people to access restrooms consistent with their gender identity in many federal offices, buildings and facilities.

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Donald Trump Has 10 Ideas To Fix the VA

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Trump’s hotline and a number of other initiatives in the VA plan recently unveiled by the GOP presidential nominee echo past or ongoing efforts to improve health care — including some with poor outcomes.

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How Can ‘Thankless’ TSA Screening Jobs Be Improved? Lawmakers Have Some Ideas

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With U.S. airports handling record crowds this summer, airlines and federal lawmakers say they want to improve morale and reduce the unusually high turnover rate among the nation’s TSA screeners to ensure security lines are well-staffed during peak travel periods.

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OPM Names New Permanent Chief Information Officer

By on August 10, 2016 in News with 1 Comment
OPM Names New Permanent Chief Information Officer

The Office of Personnel Management has announced that it has hired a new permanent Chief Information Officer.

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