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USDA becomes the latest department to get a reprieve from Congress.
Lois Lerner’s testimony is the main topic on late-night TV.
The BRIC nations—Brazil, Russia, India and China—are increasing their naval presence.
Federal Acquisition Service will pay $3 million in past guarantees.
Oklahoma tornado underscores agency’s safety mission, Rep. Wolf writes.
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