Quorn Foods rejects the claim, saying the boy died of asthma.
Official retired from federal service in the midst of an investigation into delays and cost overruns over a Colorado hospital, but is still entitled to a federal pension.
Federal employees on the whole have fallen further behind on their taxes than any year in the past decade, according to the latest IRS numbers.
Some scientific agencies reported to the White House that they have hired six full-time employees to process travel and conference requests
The mounting maintenance concerns come as the National Park Service prepares to celebrate its 100th year in August.
The original rule said veterans had to live at least 40 miles in a straight shot from the nearest VA clinic to qualify Veterans Choice. Now the agency will measure the distance in driving miles instead.
The most popular fund in the Thrift Savings Plan could become “virtually worthless” as an investment option under a proposal in the House budget, a spokeswoman says.
Veterans unemployment dropped again last year as federal hiring of former troops hit a high. But younger veterans are still struggling with joblessness.
Federal employee groups knew from an initial outline that the plan would entail cuts affecting government workers, but they didn’t have specifics until late last week.
ATF Director B. Todd Jones, who recently announced plans to leave the government at the end of the month, will be a top disciplinary official for the NFL.