Federal workers have now missed two paychecks, as the partial government shutdown continues.
Furloughed federal employees may be able to get up to an ounce of free pot.
"I don't quite understand why" they're using food pantries, the commerce secretary said.
“FBI agents should not have to go work at a store stocking shelves because they can’t feed their families," said the FBI Agents Association president.
A pantry dedicated to Coast Guard families in need went through three months' worth of diapers in two weeks.
The self-proclaimed billionaire president does not appear to be doing anything to help with their household finances.
A group of organizations associated with the aviation industry urged Donald Trump and other leaders to put an end to the partial shutdown.
"I don't know how long financially that our family will be able to hang in there," Lisa Honan told CNN.
The union said employees can't be forced to work without pay.
Trump’s statement “serves the goal of politicizing the career ranks," said former U.S. ethics chief Walter Shaub.
Here's Donald Trump's tremendous plan for managing the federal government's workforce if he's elected president: Donald Trump
It is at least fair to ask if these salaries are deserved -- after all, much of the federal workforce does require special
Instead of spending that extra four hours on doing something that won't move the needle for you in your career, why not use that time to feed your soul, F.O.C.U.S.(Follow one course until complete) and make 2016 your best year yet.
In a rush to assist poorly served veterans, many in Congress are supporting legislation to quickly fire the "bad apples" at the Department of Veterans Affairs. These lawmakers have the right intention -- improved care for veterans -- but their remedy will do far more harm than good.
Much has been done since then to increase security and safety around federal buildings. Sadly, there has been no such progress in eliminating the types of anti-government sentiments that drove domestic terrorists Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols to target federal government employees on that fateful day.
Are you so caught up in the day-to-day grind of addressing personnel matters, budget concerns and sudden crises that there never seems to be time to even think about improving yourself at work?
Congress has both an opportunity and an imperative to plan for the future federal workforce, but to do it properly, it must revamp the system that supports it.