A former federal employee is heading to prison after he was caught downloading explicit content on a public WiFi network at the Library of Congress.
A preliminary class action settlement for the OPM data breach has been reached which could result in payments to impacted federal employees.
A federal appeals court has agreed to a rehearing of a lawsuit challenging President Biden’s federal employee vaccine mandate.
When a public safety officer collapsed and died during training at the Border Patrol Academy, the Justice Department denied death benefits to his widow.
A federal appeals court recently ruled against an injunction of the federal employee vaccine mandate. Does this mean enforcement will resume?
A Florida Army veteran is facing jail time for falsely claiming he had to walk with a cane to get disability benefits despite leg pressing over 600 pounds.
A U.S. District Court dismissed a case against the federal employee vaccine mandate on the basis that it lacks jurisdiction in the matter.
A manager with the Postal Service (USPS) has been accused of using his position to obtain narcotics through the mail for distribution.
Submitting claims for unauthorized travel expenses while on extended TDY led to removal of a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent.
A Florida man is heading to prison for stealing his twin brother’s identity and using it to obtain federal benefits.