Experts: Barr's Summary of Mueller Report is 'Tainted'

"The two reports raise incredibly serious questions about the legitimacy of the process of handling this report. That's my view. It's a game-changer," Gene Rossi, a former federal prosecutor, told Newsweek.

Federal 2019 Pay Raise Update: Everything to Know

On Friday, President Trump signed a spending bill that gives Federal GS employees an average 1.9 percent pay raise, but when will the changes take effect? Find out everything you need to know about the 2019 GS pay scale, new localities, back pay and more.

Many Michigan Water Systems Flunk Federal Lead Tests

Almost 30 water providers "registered 90th percentile lead levels" and therefore marked 13 ppb (parts per billion) — that ultimately surpasses the 12 ppb lead threshold set in place last year, according to an MLive-The Flint Journal report.

Federal Judge Blocks Trump Birth Control Rules

A federal judge in California on Sunday blocked new Trump administration rules that would have allowed more employers to opt out of providing women with free birth control.

Federal Judge Overturns Trump's Asylum Rules

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. blocked the Trump administration's revised standards for asylum on Wednesday, handing down a sweeping injunction that also requires the government to bring back deported applicants for new interviews.