In an expansion of Ukraine-related financial sanctions against Russia, President Obama has banned the importation of AK-47 assault rifles into the US.
As Football kicks off, two federal agencies are warning of possible false advertising for products claiming to prevent or treat concussions.
Not even $600 million from taxpayers has prevented the US Chemical Security Program from being a ‘near-total failure,’ reports a US Senator.
Top lawmakers agree that many federal agencies are violating a law ensuring the inspectors general timely and unrestricted access to their records.
Want less government? Well just sit back and watch as the increasing rate of attrition in the ranks of federal employees does the job for you.
Raising a baby born in 2013 to age 18 will cost a middle-income family about $245,340, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Few if any kids are interested in becoming US government employees, but a federal worker union is asking parents to try talking them into it.
Social Security’s budget-driven cuts in office hours have greatly reduced levels of services to customers, federal inspector general reports.
Facing budget cuts, US immigration officials released over 600 undocumented immigrants who had been convicted of crimes, inspector general finds.
The FDA is warning consumers to beware of ads for products falsely claiming to treat or prevent the Ebola virus.