The State Department held stress management sessions following Donald Trump’s presidential election victory, providing employees tips for how to cope with change so they do not “become paralyzed by fear.”
Director of the Office of Government Ethics Walter M. Shaub donated to President Obama before his appointment and defended Hillary Clinton’s decision to not disclose paid speeches to the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state.
Dead retailers redeemed more than $2 billion worth of food stamps, according to a new audit.
President Obama’s dog is using her final days in the White House to continue to terrorize, mauling a teenage girl in the face and leaving the victim permanently scarred.
District of Columbia workers billed taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars to dine out during Winter Storm Jonas last year in violation of federal law, according to a new audit.
Senate Republicans voted to keep a moratorium on earmarks during the 115th Congress, Tuesday.
The federal government spent millions of taxpayer dollars studying if women can pick Barbie out of a line-up, creating robot flowers, and a computer that binge watches Desperate Housewives, according to a new report on wasteful spending.
A group of wealthy elites who bundled millions for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns are having their lives “upended” because their ambassadorships at plum posts will end when Obama leaves office.
Identity thieves used the Social Security numbers of hundreds of dead individuals to earn nearly $30 million, according to a federal watchdog.
The Environmental Protection Agency is asking all its employees whether they are straight, gay, or “something else” in an effort to create a more “inclusive” workplace.