The Big Apple’s police department becomes the latest law enforcement agency to turn to body cameras as a way to improve officers’ interactions with the public.
New research finds that a recruiter’s rating of a candidate’s Facebook profile sheds little, if any, light on future job performance ratings or employee turnover.
A new Department of Veterans Affairs initiative offers tips on preventing, detecting and mitigating identity theft.
Two grocery chains and a hospital operator say their computer networks were hacked, the latest in a growing list of cybersecurity incidents involving major corporations.
The federal Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program, a joint effort of the departments of Justice and Health and Human Services, has recovered almost $26 billion since its founding in 1997.
Almost eight in 10 veterans expressed satisfaction with their education benefits under the GI Bill, according to a June 2014 survey by Gallup.
National Aviation Day first was proclaimed in 1939 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and is observed on or around Aug. 19, the birthday of Orville Wright.
Special agents with the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation section initiated almost 1,500 tax crime cases involving identity theft in fiscal year 2013, according to a new report.
Marketers are increasingly turning to mobile advertising as smartphones and tablet computers become a feature of the consumer landscape, according to an analysis by research firm Gartner Inc. Mobile ad spending is projected to exceed $41 billion b...
Sports-related injuries accounted for nearly 2 million emergency room visits nationwide in 2012, including about 1 in 5 trips to ER among children age 6 to 19, the Department of Health and Human Services reported.