Patent office whistleblowers described culture of time fraud; supervisors say their hands were tied.
A New York-based consumer advocacy group posted more than 300 pages of USDA reports on its Web site Thursday that show widespread health and safety violations at Foster Farms.
The survey, from the Wounded Warrior Project, underscores the importance of fixing the VA's recent problems with access to care.
Congress banned the term within the IRS in 1998. Here's an explainer, plus examples of famous tax protesters.
Patent union chief denies telework abuse, says employees have strict performance standards
The National Letter Carriers Association honored eight postal workers this week for "daily deeds of bravery and simple compassion."
The Federal Diary would like to hear from people who were at the Navy Yard during the Sept. 16 shootings last year.
Donors in the annual federal charity drive now will be able to support local charities outside their own area.
A federal-worker union disagrees with Sen. Coburn's suggestion that current law limits the benefits to permanent employees.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald estimates that he will need to hire about 28,000 health-care professionals to help fix the VA's woes.