In The News

May 18, 2021 In The News

WASHINGTON — Pharmaceutical company AbbVie significantly inflated prices over the past two decades for patients in the U.S. who take the drugs Humira and Imbruvica, a report released Tuesday by the House Oversight and Reform Committee found.

May 17, 2021 In The News

Senior leaders at Customs and Border Protection failed to address sexist, racist and otherwise bigoted social media activity by their employees in recent years, according to a new report, which allowed a hostile environment to fester in the workplace. 

May 14, 2021 In The News

Dozens of Customs and Border Protection employees violated policies by posting offensive and unprofessional content on social media, including an anti-immigrant cartoon of children locked in kennels, according to a new government watchdog report.

May 14, 2021 In The News

A bipartisan group of lawmakers this week introduced a bill that would extend to military service members the recently implemented paid parental leave program available to federal employees.

May 13, 2021 In The News

Congress on Thursday took multiple actions to support the U.S. Postal Service, advancing legislation to relieve the agency of some of its financial burdens and providing it with additional leadership. 

May 12, 2021 In The News

House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Carolyn Maloney blasted the administration of former President Trump on Wednesday for being “unprepared” for the Capitol insurrection “even though (the attack) was planned in plain sight on social media for the world to see.”

May 11, 2021 In The News

WASHINGTON — Christopher C. Miller, who was the acting defense secretary when rioters attacked the Capitol on Jan.

May 11, 2021 In The News

All military parents would get 12 weeks of family leave to care for a new child and would see increased flexibility in how they use that time off under a new legislative proposal introduced on Tuesday.

May 10, 2021 In The News

House Democrats are spearheading a fresh push to overhaul the trucks that compose the U.S. Post Service, with over 50 lawmakers preparing to ask for a total of $8 billion in federal funding to advance the Biden administration’s larger sustainable infrastructure plans.

May 9, 2021 In The News

More than 50 House Democrats have signed onto a draft letter in support of an $8 billion bailout for the USPS that would allow it to buy new electric delivery vehicles, according to The Washington Post.