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Furlough warning from Federal Labor Relations Authority chairman

In today’s Federal Newscast: The Transportation Security Administration is not retreating on certain cybersecurity rules. Correctional officers at Leavenworth…

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Graphic By Derace Lauderdale

Here’s how many feds would stay on the job – both with and without pay – during an upcoming shutdown

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Updated: Biden signs stopgap highway spending bill bringing 3,700 Transportation Dept. employees back to work

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FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2019, file photo a citizen candidate holds an American flag and the words to The Star-Spangled Banner before the start of a naturalization ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Miami field office in Miami. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officers can now create fictitious social media accounts to monitor information on foreigners seeking visas, green cards and citizenship.(AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

With improved financial outlook, USCIS buys more time to avoid employee furloughs

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Different stimulus bills from the House and Senate to come

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(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)In this June 26, 2020, photo cars line up during a drive-thru naturalization service in a parking structure at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services headquarters on Detroit's east side. The ceremony is a way to continue working as the federal courthouse is shut down due to Coronavirus. The U.S. has resumed swearing in new citizens but the oath ceremonies aren't the same because of COVID-19 and a budget crisis at the citizenship agency threatens to stall them again.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

With deadline looming, USCIS employees brace for furloughs

Facing the possibility of furloughs next month, some employees at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are looking for temporary work or a new job…

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In this 1962 photo, Civil Rights leader Lincoln Ragsdale and supporters march on the Arizona state capitol for the desegregation of public places with the public accommodation bill prior to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Phoenix’s past segregation has been in focus after last month’s national outrage over a videotaped encounter of police pointing guns and cursing at a black family.  (Lincoln Ragsdale Jr/Matthew Whitaker Photographs, University Archives, Arizona State University Library via AP)

Teleworking NARA employees stay busy making Black history records accessible

In today’s Federal Newscast, National Archives and Records Administration employees have spent the pandemic making Black history records more accessible…

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Washington logic: Record unemployment? Just furlough 13,400 feds

Congress is in a tug-of-war itself over immigration policies, and the bargaining chip is a $1.2 billion bailout that must come by Aug. 3 or else.

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