The Supreme Court sided with a retired federal employee in his fight to get state income tax treatment for his federal pension.
In a major setback for individuals trying to obtain redress for the 2009 Fort Hood attacks, a federal court has dismissed all of the claims filed by victims.
A federal judge was not persuaded by plaintiffs to order the government to reopen or to start paying employees required to work without pay.
A federal judge questions whether the Departments of State and Justice acted in bad faith in handling records requests for Hillary Clinton’s emails as Secretary of State.
A Department of Commerce employee has convinced the appeals court that his retirement was involuntary because of a hostile work environment.
An Air Force employee whose job required both base access and a security clearance found out the hard way that a previous criminal conviction added up to no job.