Monthly Archives: October 2017
The legislation — approved unanimously by both chambers of Congress — is designed to stem management retribution by making supervisors face disciplinary measures for their actions.
Flake (R-Ariz.), without naming Moore, cited the GOP Senate nominee's past comment that Congress should refuse to seat a Muslim member.
Hensarling is set to leave the House as his term as chairman of the Financial Services Committee expires.
The White House has sent the portraits to the Government Publishing Office for distribution. For nine months, walls with empty picture hooks have waited for an official picture.
A change in the law seeks to better protect federal employee whistleblowers by requiring discipline of officials who retaliate against them.
The spots attempt to reframe attacks on liberal politicians as cries from the populist gut.
"There is a great deal of fear among whistleblowers."
"I don't aspire to be president ... anymore, because Trump holds the office,” he says. “Politics is just toxic.”
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) is sharing her personal story of experiencing unwanted sexual advances as a congressional staffer.
Readers weigh in on sexual misconduct in the government.