Congress, the Justice Department and the courts continue to deal with the break-in at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The Homeland Security Department is dealing with issues of its own. A report from its office of inspector general found that the department's Intelligence and Analysis office had threat information, but didn't tell everyone it should have.
The Biden administration's budget proposal for 2023 would give magnificent, double-digit increases to some large agencies, notably Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services and Commerce. But can Congress deal with it in any meaningful way by Oct. 1?
The Postal Service is facing three separate lawsuits over its plans to purchase mostly gas-powered vehicles as part of its next-generation fleet.
A former top-ranking State Department official is set to plead guilty for improperly helping a wealthy Gulf country try to influence U.S. policy and not disclosing on a government ethics form gifts he received from a disgraced political fundraiser
If citizens can't escape death and taxes, the IRS can't seem to avoid yearly processing problems. Even as the this year's filing season ended, the IRS was dealing with millions of returns from last year, to say nothing of slow call centers and poor in-person service.
System outages and patient safety concerns associated with the Department of Veterans Affairs' new electronic health record have led to top members of the House VA Committee calling for the agency to stop future rollouts.
Attorney Levi McAllister says FERC is focusing more on energy market trading, and on entities meeting those conditions.
Independent federal investigators say there are significant issues related to fire training at the U.S. government’s nuclear waste repository in New Mexico
The Postal Service is telling its regulator it has no plans yet to pull the plug on a postal banking pilot, despite a lack of customers and opposition from House Republicans.
The Biden administration is removing the acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives from his position and replacing him with the U.S. attorney in Arizona
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services hasn't returned to full capacity after two years of pandemic, and it's having trouble processing all of the visa numbers available.
The former RAT Board chair, inspector general, and federal law enforcement officer exemplified the best in public service.
The Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to implement a slower delivery standard for nearly a third of small, lightweight packages.
Draft findings from the office of the inspector general show sexual misconduct and domestic violence are going uninvestigated, unreported or unpunished at four DHS law enforcement components.