The Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General, Joseph Cuffari, is hanging onto his job by a thread. He acknowledge in a hearing that he has deleted messages from his government cell phone, which at least two members of Congress say is a violation of federal records laws.
Debt ceiling, debt ceiling, debt ceiling. It's all you've heard from members of Congress and those who cover it. Now that all parties involved have come to an agreement to raise it, what does it mean for federal agency budgets?
Now there's a Senate version of the Show-Up act, designed to get more federal employees to return to their offices to work. In fact, it's getting a lot of attention, even as the debt ceiling uncertainty continues
With cameras whirring, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and other congressional leaders will meet with President Biden tomorrow.
Congress is on its second week of spring break. But its workload is piling up like drifts of cherry blossom petals. To get a rundown the latest Hill news, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin…
The release of a White House budget proposal resembles nothing so much as the drop of a hockey puck. Now comes the nasty scrambling. An enacted 2024 budget will take months, and probably occur after the fiscal year starts.
The continuous showdown continues on Capitol Hill this week. Congress returns to session, just days before the expected White House release of its 2024 budget request.
The new Congress might have been a bit slow getting started, but now it's making up for lost time. A whole tray of bills having to do with the federal workforce and retirees has popped up in recent days.
You’ve seen this before working in or with the federal government: A split government by party lines can mean possible issues when things like the debt ceiling come up. Most times a deal is struck…
With Republicans in charge of the house and Democrats the Senate, you can bet on sharp disagreements over the budget. In fact, it's not too early to worry about an impasse leading to a government shutdown.
Besides being as crabby as the last Congress, what will the new Congress look like now that there is a slightly larger Democratic advantage in the Senate and a slight Republican advantage in the flipped-to-red House?
Now the government funding-lapse deadline is a couple of days before Christmas. This after the Senate sent a week-long extension of the continuing resolution to the White House last last week.
If they can avert a rail strike, can they get a federal budget? To get the answer to that big question, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent Mitchell Miller.
Whether you think House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is leaving on a wave of glory or on a broomstick, things are shifting in Congress. In the meantime, she's still speaker for the remainder of the 117th Congress, affectionately known as the lame duck.