The Environmental Protection Agency will soon employ the lowest number of workers since the Ronald Reagan administration.
The Social Security Administration made $37 million worth of benefit payments to dead veterans, according to a new audit.
A new study examining the differences between “butt-fisting” injuries and those who engage in bestiality was written by a recipient of former President Barack Obama’s Gold Service Award.
A federal judge has ordered the FBI to release new details regarding the subpoenas the bureau issued during the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
While media outlets are suggesting climate change is to blame for exacerbating Hurricane Harvey’s conditions, a much worse hurricane hit Texas more than a century ago—before Americans drove to work.
The National Institutes of Health is spending nearly $400,000 on a mindfulness meditation program for police officers.
A $4 million federal study claims that perfume and female clothing can “strongly trigger gendered assumptions” that can prevent women from becoming cardiologists.
The average transgender soldier will spend 238 days recovering from sex change surgeries and unavailable to deploy, according to an Obama administration study.
The Trump administration’s transgender ban places deployability as a determining factor into whether to admit transgender individuals into the military. The White House outlined guidelines to implement the ban within six months in a memo to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
The National Institutes of Health is spending roughly $200,000 on a study of tweets about electronic cigarettes.
Identity thieves stole over $6 million in Social Security benefits by hacking the government’s online direct deposit program, an agency watchdog reported.