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When two really big hurricanes approached the U.S., people all over were glued to weather reports. What they couldn't see is what one group says is an agency partly hollowed out by vacancies.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says although the odds of a government shutdown this month seem to be diminishing, many federal workers are still on high alert.
Will Congress back up the courageous work of first responders?
The Thrift Savings Plan may have received a swift boost in July, but the returns were not nearly as fruitful in August as only two funds returned with an increase in growth
SBA is hiring temporary personnel to answer phones and help Houston-area small business owners apply for disaster loans after Hurricane Harvey.
Some federal employees are stuck in the office today. Didn't they hear it's a holiday? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the answer.
GSA raises contracting thresholds for agencies responding to the disaster.
The military is expecting the need for tens of thousands of National Guard and active duty troops to deal with the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
As President Trump arrived in Houston Tuesday afternoon, he joined many federal employees already at work providing relief to hurricane victims.
If history is any guide, a large share of the Hurricane Harvey recovery costs will be borne by the federal government.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is still paying for repairs related to two not-so-recent storms.
The Homeland Security Department isn't the only agency working on rescue and response to Hurricane Harvey. Other agencies are doing their part to help impacted victims in Texas in Louisiana.