Obama ordered a 1 percent pay raise for federal civilian employees for the second year in a row. The increase is small relative to most years for past administrations.
A look at how President Obama can normalize relations with Cuba on his own versus what moves would require congressional approval.
Federal auditors say FEMA needs to do a better job controlling its administrative costs, which have risen dramatically in recent years.
The inspector general's report is the second in recent months to accuse a top-ranking VA acquisitions official of improperly steering contracts.
The $1.1 trillion spending bill ended the federal ban on abortion assistance for Peace Corps volunteers.
HUD came in last out of 25 mid-size agencies in the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings recently issued by the Partnership for Public Service. That leaves Secretary Castro with nowhere to take the department but up.
Snow days will no longer count as excused absences for federal employees with scheduled paid time off for those dates.
An inspector general this week said the VA issued false statements. Here's how the VA explained its mistake.
Lawmakers from both parties sent letters to the Social Security commissioner after learning that that agency has not lived up to its pledge to end the practice.
The bipartisan FOIA Improvement Act stalled in the House, despite both chambers of Congress unanimously passing legislation to the same effect.