On Thursday, President Trump signed an executive order that made the 1.9 percent pay raise promised to federal employees earlier this year official.
On February 15, President Trump signed a spending bill with a 1.9 percent pay increase for General Schedule employees.
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.
The average drug price rose 6.3 percent.
A majority in the GOP would like to make it a bit harder for young people to get guns, it seems.
The company's CEO admitted it is "relatively uncommon" to change prices mid-year. But given the cost pressures, the company believes it is best for business.
Women—including those who slept for seven to nine hours a night—are significantly more likely to have elevated blood pressure.
Teachers entered into their eighth day of a statewide strike on Monday.
Retail giant Walmart announced it would be raising the age for firearms buyers to 21 and will ban items resembling assault-style rifles
Just two percent of U.S. adults say they received a raise or bonus due to the Republican tax bill, according to a new poll.
The 1.8 million Dreamers would be put on a path to citizenship.
These kids grew up in America. It is immoral to now put them in the crosshairs of deportation.
Dreamers tend to do well in school and as a result do well in the job market.
Presidents have an independent responsibility to make sure the executive branch is not overstepping its powers.
Richard Epstein writes that the burning question is what to do next, and it is here that Trump and Sessions have fallen short.
Some scholars argue that the steep fall in violence in the 1990s was prompted by higher immigration.
A new documentary attempts to dispel a tired stereotype and spark important conversations about teenage-hood and pop music.