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  • Traffic Tie-Ups During the Inauguration

    It’s only been three days since the election and the Obama administration is already having an impact on our traffic. Adam Tuss is the Sprawl and Crawl reporter for our sister station, WTOP Radio, and…

  • New TSP choices

    By Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio Federal employees who invest in the Thrift Savings Plan, the 401K for federal workers, might have something new to look forward to in the future. Leaders at the TSP…

  • DoD’s NSPS under fire

    By Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio The system which controls how 200,000 Defense Department employees are hired, compensated, promoted and rewarded is now under review. The National Security Personnel System (NSPS) has come under fire…

  • Some good news for the TSP

    By Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio Turns out, amid the troubling economic news, a glimmer of sunshine for members of the federal Thrift Savings Plan, the retirement plan for federal employees. Q: What’s the good…

  • A Tip of the Top Hat for WTOP

    Happy Birthday WTOP! Jim Farley, Vice President of News Operations, and Mike McMearty, News Director, visit with us to talk more about this historic event.

  • Shooter charged in death of Holocaust Museum security guard

    An 88-year-old white supremacist is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial and Museum. A complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Washington accuses James Von…

  • Remembering Stephen Johns, Holocaust Museum security guard

    A fund is being created to honor the fallen security guard Stephen Johns. Michelle Basch with our sister station WTOP has been following that story and has more information.

  • Update: NTSB, others continue to investigate Metro accident

    The investigation into the horrible Metro Rail accident continues. The National Transportation Safety Board is the lead agency handling that investigation. The accident wreckage has now been cleared, loaded onto rail cars and hauled away.…

  • NTSB continues to look into Metro crash

    The National Transportation Safety Board just wrapped up another press conference about their investigation of that deadly Metro crash on Monday. WTOP’s Mark Segraves was at the afternoon briefing and tells us more.

  • Feds fail to fork over millions in fees

    The federal government is refusing to pay millions of dollars in water bills, and that means the additional cost will trickle down to the customer. WTOP Investigative Reporter Mark Segraves tells us about what he’s learned.