In today’s Federal Newscast, legislation in both the House and Senate aims to guarantee every senior a Social Security cost of living adjustment with an annual floor of no less than 3%.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new federal interagency strategy from the Agriculture Department, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency, looks to reduce how much food is wasted.
Congress’ latest Dec. 21 deadline leaves the Senate no time to consider a series of recommendations from a joint budget and appropriations reform committee that were designed to prevent the current situation in the first place.
Several federal agencies are struggling to keep up with a growing number of freedom of information requests, especially as fewer documents and officials’ schedules are taken offline.
With the prospect of yet another government shutdown deadline in less than a month, two members of the Senate Budget Committee agree that the current process of funding the federal government needs a serious overhaul.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two senators are questioning how the Trump administration hired non-confirmed political appointees at the EPA and the Council on Environmental Quality.
The Commission on Cybersecurity for the 45th President detailed 250 recommendations, including creating a specific cybersecurity agency within DHS and a new independent unit of auditors to stress test agency networks.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) raises questions about safeguards for congressional staffers against retaliatory criminal referrals initiated by the executive branch.
The House will vote on a bill this week to give transitioning active duty service members a year long grace period on foreclosures.
The Department of Homeland Security’s deputy secretary said a bill that would help the private sector share information with the government is much-needed. Critics of the bill worry about citizens’ privacy.