U.S. Investigations Services, the background check operation that vetted former Booz Allen & Hamilton whistleblower Edward Snowden, has hired Washington help for oversight and legislation related to government security clearance processes. Continue »
Attorney, marriage equality operative and former senior education aide in New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration has moved to Edelman as group head of the firm's New York public affairs operation.
The Electronic Cigarette Industry Group, one in a small group of trade associations for the fast-growing e-cig industry, is ramping up its PR as nicotine vapor devices explode in popularity. Continue »
The Tea Party strikes again, though its timing is lousy. While President Obama's cave-in on Obamacare dominated news from Washington last week, the Tea Party filed the first articles of impeachment against a sitting Cabinet member to end a 137-year drought. Continue »
Thirteen-year Capitol correspondent for the Associated Press in Richmond fired last month after an error covering the state's gubernatorial election is moving to McGuireWoods in a media relations role next week. Continue »