The parent organization of the National Weather Service issued a statement Alabama and Dorian.
A disturbing story that’s almost certainly not what it first appears.
Under pressure to cut costs and unable to cut services, the workers are the likely victims.
Disturbing news in the Eddie Gallagher case.
A perfectly reasonable initiative with a significant downside.
This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.
In military justice Bizarroland, Rep Duncan Hunter intentionally commits “reverse UCI.”
Bernie Sanders and other advocates focus on insurance companies and drug companies. But that’s not where the money is.
What would it mean for the companies’ workers, the stock market and the cost of care?
The HUD Secretary’s practice of treating Friday as a light-duty day is just fine by me.
Pensions and health care costs for the elderly are crowding out other vital spending.
Federal employees deemed “essential” missed a paycheck yesterday in violation of US labor law.
The damage done for Mickey Mouse in the name of Sony Bono is finally coming to an end.
Thanks in large part to an aggressive public health education program and vaccination, Australia is on course to effectively eradicate cervical cancer.
A man who had been identified as an assailant at last year’s Charlottesville rally and apparent member of a white supremacist organization has been dismissed by defense contractor Northrop Grumman.
The Administration is going to unveil a plan for a major reorganization of government agencies today.
Ronny Jackson did not invent the practice of giving Ambien and Provigil to high-level government workers.
For intelligence and law enforcement to function, their leaders must remain outside the partisan fray—even in recent retirement.
Running for and being President of the United States has been very lucrative for the family business.
Dueling data on civil service compensation belie the adage that you can’t choose your own facts.
Their website has been scrubbed! Tillerson has all but vanished! The sky is falling!
Descriptions of Robby Jackson as “Trump’s personal physician” mischaracterize his qualifications for the job.
If you recall your grade school civics, you already knew this.
Critics warn this move would lead to a drastic undercount of Hispanic voters, impacting Congressional districting, federal programs, and more.
A D.C. lawmaker latches on to an insane conspiracy theory.
As with any such discretionary power given to police, it will surely be abused. But the Parkland shooting was yet another in a long line of situations where obvious “red flags” were ignored until it was too late.
Daniel Triesman offers an explanation as to “Why the poor don’t vote to soak the rich.”
Dave Schuler argues the US would have a much better healthcare system if we had modeled it on VA clinics rather than private insurance.
A series of scandals at Oxfam and other charitable organizations raise troubling questions.
Friday’s eight-hour shutdown was not the non-event it seemed from the outside.
A government panel has mandated a 50% increase in the revenue share streaming services pay songwriters and music publishers.
There are growing signs that the Deep State is seeking to thwart legal orders from President Trump. This is dangerous.
Megaprojects are not a partisan thing. Megaprojects are large projects typically costing more than $1 billion and often tens of billions of dollars and impacting the lives of tens of thousands of people if not millions.
Yet more incoherent economic policy from the Tweeter in Chief. A border tax will mean that Americans will undoubtedly pay for at least part of the Great Wall of Trump™.
Trump’s tweet may have been casual bluster posted while sitting at the breakfast table (presumably eating Wheaties®—The Breakfast of Champions). We can’t know. And finally it matters not because what really matters is that it was taken at face value by President Peña Nieto.
Obama has issued more commutations than all his predecessors combined. He set the single-day record Monday.
Eliminating the department would mean parceling out most of its activities to other federal agencies, a sleight of hand maneuver that might create the appearance of smaller government but would disrupt the ordinary operations of the federal government.
The incoming president’s business interests are a yuuuge problem.
A senior congressional staffer is taking a new job that happens to coincide with her boss’ committee assignment.
President Obama signed a law vastly expanding public access to government records yesterday. In other news . . . .