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White House tries to hold jittery GOP in line over wall, government shutdown
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his position soon after William Barr is confirmed as attorney general
Tiffany Boiman, director of office and policy programs at the Labor Department’s Women’s Bureau, joined Women of Washington to discuss her career path and the department’s continuing efforts to close the gender gap in the workforce and beyond.
House Democrats in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia said they’re reminding their colleagues during the government shutdown: most federal employees live outside the Washington metropolitan area.
Congress should eliminate the need for back pay by paying federal workers during a lapse of appropriations.
Federal government lapses in funding have become a regular occurrence. But only rarely have they lasted more than a weekend.
The Department of Veterans Affairs does not have a clear idea for whether police should investigate alleged misconduct by managers, its inspector general said.
In DoD’s first financial audit, 46 percent of problematic findings were related to IT, not strictly financial management.
A furloughed federal employee going through their fifth shutdown over the last 30 years explains the deeper impact of the lapse in funding.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a review by the Center for American Progress looks at how much money federal workers could lose during the partial government shutdown.
Regardless of age, experience, grade, location or job federal workers today fall into one of two categories, neither of which is good.
Faced with a partial government shutdown with no certain end in sight, the Agriculture Department has come up with a budgetary workaround to ensure Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits continue to be paid out through February.
House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Mac Thornberry said defense funds should only be used for DoD’s most pressing needs.