What a Presidential Executive Order is and How Can it Be Used?
Exclusive of the legislative process, the President of the United States has the power to direct the activities of the federal agencies.
What Are the Powers and Responsibilities of Congress?
Most people know Congress represents the Legislative Branch of the federal government, but what are the specific powers and duties of Congress?
What did Susan B. Anthony do?
Welcome to the Civics Practice Test Videos! These short videos simulate the civics portion of the naturalization test. You can watch the videos in order or s...
Navy Recruit Graduation: January 20, 2017
Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In Review. It is a
10 Tips for the Beginner Kayak Fisherman
New to kayak fishing? Check out the top 10 tips for the beginner kayak fisherman.
Arkansas Beginning Farmer Learns Ropes of Cattle Business
The Fence Post serves as a clearinghouse of information for USDA's Farm Service Agency. It offers information on agency programs, current events and other important issues. In addition, this publication profiles sections of FSA's Web site and stories provided by FSA employees across the country.
What Are the Most Common Retirement Questions You Receive about Social Security?
My husband wants to retire at 62 and start taking Social Security. Is that okay This typically comes up because husbands are often a few years older than their wives, and figure they want to “get their money’s worth” by taking Social Security as early as possible. I think that can be a bad move. Unless you have oodles of money to live on in retirement, you — as a couple — want to maximize your Social Security payout for the longest surviving spouse. It’s important to understand that when one spouse dies, the other spouse is entitled to just one Social Security payment. So you want the surviving spouse to have the biggest possible benefit. Here’s how: Whichever spouse is the higher earner (and thus eligible for a bigger Social Security benefit)…
Army Reserve Soldier earns top paralegal award
Ever since she joined the Army Reserve, Staff Sgt. Sarah Hawley strived to become a top-tier paralegal noncommissioned officer – she developed legal expertise, advanced her education, and honed her
Why Employees Are Your New Marketers
40 is the new 30, orange is the new black, and HR is the new marketing. We spoke to Michael Brenner, CEO of Marketing Insider Group who believes employees represent the greatest opportunity to crea…
New Poster Highlights How Efforts for Sage Grouse Have Come Full Circle
By Heather Emmons, NRCS Nevada Check out NRCS’ new Healthy Sagebrush Communities digital poster, which explores the unique sagebrush ecosystem and how ranchers are working to restore and protect these native rangelands. Download here We’ve all heard the saying: what’s good for the goose is good for the gander – meaning, what’s good for one is good for another. In the sagebrush country of the West, that sentiment has rung true for another feathered friend: the greater sage-grouse . But this time we say, “what’s good for the bird is good for the herd.” Sagebrush country is composed of large, intact and mostly treeless landscapes with sagebrush, native grasses and wildflowers. This working landscape is one of the most imperiled in the United States. At one time, it spread over 240,000 square…