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Bradey Police Lt. Philip Trudeau, left, comforts Bourbonnais Police officer Andy Cox following a ceremonial procession for fallen Bradley Police Sgt. Marlene Rittmanic, Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021,  in Bourbonnais, Ill. Rittmanic died after a shooting at a Comfort Inn the night before. (Tiffany Blanchette/The Daily Journal via AP)

New database aims to get a better understanding of suicide within law enforcement

In today’s Federal Newscast, the FBI is shining a brighter light on the mental health of law enforcement officers.

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Making diversity, equity and inclusion agile, accountable will help its adoption, agencies say

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FILE - This evidence photo from the criminal complaint of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts v. Ashley Bigsbee for illegal possession of a stolen firearm on Nov. 15, 2015, in Suffolk, Mass., shows one of ten M11 semiautomatic handguns that former Army Reserve member James Morales stole from the Lincoln Stoddard Army Reserve Center in Worcester, Mass. Overall, AP has found that at least 2,000 firearms from the Army, Marines, Navy or Air Force were lost or stolen during the 2010s. (U.S. District Court for Massachusetts via AP)

Congress plans fixes for US military’s AWOL weapons problems

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A Tuesday like no other: State Dept. remembers its 9/11 first responders and a new generation of diplomats

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Federal procurement fraud occurs more often than you might think

The FBI has opened more than two dozen grand jury investigations this year alone related to federal contracting fraud.

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Climate change executive order could impact federal employees’ TSP accounts

In today’s Federal Newscast, a new climate change executive order could have implications for federal employees and the Thrift Savings Plan.

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.(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)In this April 7, 2021 photo, a senior receives the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Service Center, in Clarksdale, Miss. Medicare will require nursing homes to report COVID-19 vaccination rates for residents and staff, the government said Tuesday, in what officials hope will become an incentive to keep giving shots even as the worst ravages of the pandemic ease in facilities across the land.(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Federal employees can get time off if they have reaction to COVID-19 vaccine

In today’s Federal Newscast, a new Government Accountability Office report finds that the Defense Department is relying too much on GPS.

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