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A progress report from the Merit Systems Protection Board

It’s been one year since the three-member Merit Systems Protection Board had a quorum, after several years without one. A big challenge for the board was…

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Working Sundays at USPS? Former mail carrier tells SCOTUS that’s against his religion

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VA will provide ‘covered’ abortions, protect healthcare providers from state laws in new policy

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DoD trying to educate service members about abortion options

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Merrick Garland

DOJ preparing guidance for agencies who provide reproductive care after Dobbs v. Jackson decision

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Chuck Schumer, Maria Cantwell

One Senator thinks a Roe v. Wade overturn could affect the federal workforce

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Applying a systematic leadership framework to the Presidency

When President-elect John F. Kennedy asked Bob McNamara, then president of Ford Motor Company to join his cabinet, McNamara said that he didn’t know anything…

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(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)FILE - In this March 30, 2019, file photo the Dome of the U.S. Capitol Building is visible as cherry blossom trees bloom on the West Lawn in Washington. Washington health officials recommended on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, that all “non-essential mass gatherings, including conferences and conventions,” be postponed or canceled through the end of March, a move that could imperil the popular Cherry Blossom Festival. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

An impending long recess will force a lot of action in Congress this week

From a supreme court confirmation vote to Russian misbehavior, the House and Senate have a lot to do in the coming week. And there’s considerable time…

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In this Monday, July 18, 2016, An Indonesian health official prepares a vaccine injection during a revaccination program for children who were earlier given fake vaccines, at a community health center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Vials of counterfeit vaccines filled with saline solution and antibiotics have been discovered at 37 hospitals and clinics in nine cities, according to the Food and Drug Agency. So far, 23 people have been arrested, including three doctors. The number of affected children is still being investigated. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)

Another court rules in favor of Navy sailors who refuse COVID-19 vaccine

In today’s Federal Newscast, a federal judge in Texas has blocked the Navy from enforcing its COVID vaccine mandate against nearly 4,000 sailors who’d filed religious exemptions.

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