While President Trump cast his Saturday proposal to end the government shutdown as a “commonsense compromise,” Democrats were quick to dismiss it as a “nonstarter.”
Communities across the region are providing resources to federal workers embroiled in the government shutdown, and Fairfax County is considering a way to alleviate some of their financial burden.
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Videos circulating online show a youth staring at and standing extremely close to an elderly Native American who was singing and playing a drum. Other youths surrounded them, laughing and shouting.
The Imperial War Museum found the ashes and bone fragments during a stock-taking last year. Tests determined the remains belonged to five adults and a child, though their identities couldn’t be established.
As advanced technologies, including cyber and artificial intelligence, play increasingly large roles in operations, Futures Command and the broader Defense Department need to find ways to collaborate more closely with American industry.
The Break It “anger room” or “rage room” is offering those who are furloughed a place to take out their frustrations free of charge, with complimentary smashing sessions at their Fredericksburg, Virginia, location.
Two furloughed sisters from Maryland turned the longest government shutdown into an opportunity to make some money while they weren’t getting paid. And they got a boost from a daytime host who just loves cheesecakes.
Britain’s Prince Philip has been spotted driving without a seat belt just 48 hours after his car crash in which the 97-year-old’s Land Rover flipped onto its side.
"After the first 30 days in a furlough status, agencies are required to deliver a second furlough notice to currently furloughed employees," an OPM spokeswoman wrote in an email to Federal News Network.