As we prepare for the peaceful transition of power from one administration to the next, President Obama gives one last tour through the White House and looks back on his 8 years spent in “the people’s house.”
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A Republican task force in the House released a report today wherein lawmakers found the manipulation of crucial military in an effort to paint an unrealistically optimistic picture of America’s fight against ISIS.
President Obama commuted the sentences of 111 more inmates Tuesday, in an attempt to clear a backlog of 11,477 pending cases.
As of Jan. 1, 2017, federal civilian and military employees will receive a 1.6 percent pay raise, according to a letter Obama issued to Congress Wednesday.
By August 31st, feds will know what to expect for this year regarding a pay raise. That’s the cutoff point for the president, who is expected to propose a 1.6% across-the-board pay increase for civilian federal employees as outlined in his fiscal 2017 budget.
Initially filed in 2000, a years-long lawsuit accusing the Secret Service of discriminating against black agents is closing in a settlement.
As we move into the third month of the new administration, we can also reflect on what changes occurred under the last.
Fifteen years after the attacks on 9/11, President Obama headed to the Pentagon to honor the memory of those we lost and pay tribute to the legacy of love and service that they have left with us.