What we know about the FBI’s new email review
FBI Director James Comey rocked the presidential race Friday by announcing the existence of new emails relating to Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
The FBI Investigates More Emails Related to Clinton
Director James Comey tells lawmakers that the bureau has uncovered more emails and is reviewing them “to determine if they contain classified information.”
Chaffetz asks deputy FBI director for documents about wife’s political ties to Clinton
House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), who told The Washington Post this week that Hillary Clinton would face “years” of potential probes if she won the presidency, has asked FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to provide documents about his wife's 2015 campaign for Senate — a campaign that received financial support from Virginia ...
Probe launched into Guard’s attempt to reclaim Calif. soldiers’ bonuses
The House Oversight Committee said Tuesday it has launched an investigation into the California Guard’s attempt to reclaim the re-enlistment bonuses.
Pentagon, Congress open separate inquiries into National Guard combat-pay fiasco
The Defense Department is launching a inquiry into a department-led effort to recoup reenlistment bonus money awarded to National Guardsmen deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, a decision that touched off a firestorm of controversy in Washington and across the country.
House lawmakers told the GSA to stop selling recalled
Following the launch of a House Oversight Committee investigation, a group of House lawmakers is calling on the General Services Administration to stop selling cars with open recalls.
Hundreds of Secret Service agents maxed out on overtime
At least 1,000 U.S. Secret Service agents, about a third of the agent workforce, already have maxed out annual overtime and salary allowances, a consequence of the contentious political season's unprecedented demands and the agency’s primary mission to secure the White House and its current occupants, according to agency records.
House panel tells fed agency to stop selling recalled cars
Top lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee are calling on the General Services Administration (GSA) to stop selling recalled cars to the public.
Committee Seeks Investigation Into OPM’s Slower Retirement Claims Processing
A bipartisan group of lawmakers with oversight of the federal workforce has tasked government auditors with investigating whether the retirement process is operating as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
4 agencies made a lot of mistakes processing retirement claims last month
A handful of agencies are making more mistakes than others as they prepare their employees’ retirement applications and send them to the Office of Personnel Management for processing, and that’s raising a few questions from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.