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Roger Who? Federer can't get past Australian Open security

ROGER WHO? FEDERER CAN'T GET PAST AUSTRALIAN OPEN SECURITY

Even Roger Federer needs a photo ID to get where he's going at the Australian Open

Bush gets pizza for Secret Service, calls for end to shutdown

BUSH GETS PIZZA FOR SECRET SERVICE, CALLS FOR END TO SHUTDOWN

Former President George W. Bush called for federal lawmakers to "put politics aside" and end the shutdown in an Instagram post that...

 
 
 
Feds move to take over Sears pension plans, will cover 'vast majority' of benefits for retailer's 90,000 retirees

FEDS MOVE TO TAKE OVER SEARS PENSION PLANS, WILL COVER 'VAST MAJORITY' OF BENEFITS FOR RETAILER'S 90,000 RETIREES

A federal agency is preparing to take responsibility for Sears' pension plans, which cover more than 90,000 people. The Pension Benefit...

Report: Facebook, under scrutiny by FTC, could soon owe millions in fines

REPORT: FACEBOOK, UNDER SCRUTINY BY FTC, COULD SOON OWE MILLIONS IN FINES

Enlarge According to a Friday report by The Washington Post , federal regulators have discussed imposing a "record-setting fine against...

 
 
 
Here are the most important upcoming dates related to the government shutdown

HERE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES RELATED TO THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

The partial government shutdown has become the longest in United States history. Nearly 800,000 federal workers are furloughed or going...

Facebook could be fined millions by US regulators for privacy violations

FACEBOOK COULD BE FINED MILLIONS BY US REGULATORS FOR PRIVACY VIOLATIONS

Federal Trade Commission officials have discussed imposing a record-setting fine on Facebook after a year of major data breaches and...

 
 
 
The FTC is reportedly considering hitting Facebook with a 'record-setting' fine over privacy issues

THE FTC IS REPORTEDLY CONSIDERING HITTING FACEBOOK WITH A 'RECORD-SETTING' FINE OVER PRIVACY ISSUES

Facebook's privacy nightmare may be about to get worse. According to a new report from The Washington Post published Friday , regulators...

BuzzFeed: Officials say Trump directed former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress

BUZZFEED: OFFICIALS SAY TRUMP DIRECTED FORMER ATTORNEY MICHAEL COHEN TO LIE TO CONGRESS

President Donald Trump personally directed his longtime former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Moscow Trump Tower...

 
 
 
6 ways you can help federal workers who aren't getting paid during the government shutdown

6 WAYS YOU CAN HELP FEDERAL WORKERS WHO AREN'T GETTING PAID DURING THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

The federal government shutdown has been going on since December 22 making it the longest government shutdown and funding lapse in...

SHUTDOWN DAY 28: Secret Service agents struggle with no pay, White House thinks next week could eat another 0.13% of the US economy

SHUTDOWN DAY 28: SECRET SERVICE AGENTS STRUGGLE WITH NO PAY, WHITE HOUSE THINKS NEXT WEEK COULD EAT ANOTHER 0.13% OF THE US ECONOMY

US Secret Service agents told CNN that they were struggling without their paychecks amid the ongoing federal government shutdown . One...

 
 
 
The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions

THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN HAS GOTTEN SO BAD THAT AGENCIES ARE USING LEGAL LOOPHOLES TO RESTART CRITICAL FUNCTIONS

The government shutdown has gone on for 27 days. 380,000 federal employees were placed on furlough at the start of the shutdown, meaning...

Yoga studio owner stretching generosity with free classes for federal workers during shutdown

YOGA STUDIO OWNER STRETCHING GENEROSITY WITH FREE CLASSES FOR FEDERAL WORKERS DURING SHUTDOWN

A yoga studio owner is trying to bring a sense of calm to federal workers.

 
 
 
Federal Employees Are Using Food Banks To Feed Their Families During Shutdown

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ARE USING FOOD BANKS TO FEED THEIR FAMILIES DURING SHUTDOWN

Food banks across the country are seeing a huge spike in requests for food directly related to the government shutdown With Trump's...

Day 27 of the government shutdown: 2nd payday since shutdown began looms

DAY 27 OF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN: 2ND PAYDAY SINCE SHUTDOWN BEGAN LOOMS

Daily updates about impacts of the longest federal government shutdown in United States history.

 
 
 
Government may have split up thousands more migrant families than initially reported

GOVERNMENT MAY HAVE SPLIT UP THOUSANDS MORE MIGRANT FAMILIES THAN INITIALLY REPORTED

A federal report found that family separations were occurring before the spring of last year, when the administration announced its...

The number of federal employees making unemployment claims during the government shutdown is soaring

THE NUMBER OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES MAKING UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS DURING THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IS SOARING

The government shutdown is now in day 27. 800,000 federal workers are going without pay and 380,000 have been furloughed, meaning they...

 
 
 
Federal Immigration Agents Separated More Migrant Children Than Previously Thought

FEDERAL IMMIGRATION AGENTS SEPARATED MORE MIGRANT CHILDREN THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT

Before family separation became an official and controversial policy of the Trump administration, federal immigration agents separated...

Payment relief for government workers, No Hennessey Ford GT V-8, Electric Ford F-150: What's New The Car Connection

PAYMENT RELIEF FOR GOVERNMENT WORKERS, NO HENNESSEY FORD GT V-8, ELECTRIC FORD F-150: WHAT'S NEW THE CAR CONNECTION

Automakers roll out payment relief options for federal workers A handful of automakers' finance arms allow those affected by the U.S....

 
 
 
Tim Cook calls on FTC to establish ‘data-broker clearinghouse' in TIME Magazine op-ed

TIM COOK CALLS ON FTC TO ESTABLISH ‘DATA-BROKER CLEARINGHOUSE' IN TIME MAGAZINE OP-ED

Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning has penned a column in TIME Magazine in which he calls for the U.S. Congress to pass “comprehensive...

U.S. representative, advocates say food safety programs dangerously disrupted

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE, ADVOCATES SAY FOOD SAFETY PROGRAMS DANGEROUSLY DISRUPTED

The head of the Food and Drug Administration has taken some good steps toward restoring food safety inspections as the partial government...