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How Government Workers Pinch Pennies During Shutdowns

A new study tries to figure out how federal employees fared when their income was reduced.

Clinton Email Probe Means Political Tightrope for House GOP

Republicans probing Benghazi and Clinton's emails insist they're not part of the party's 2016 campaign.

White House Halts Afghanistan Drawdown, Critics Still Pounce

The president slows the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan – and amplifies the distance between the legacy he wants to leave and the complex region he can’t.

We're going to have to turn this into a warehouse of some sort.

Play of the Day: Ted Cruz Wants to Abolish the IRS

The Texan proposes a flat tax. But who will collect the flat tax revenue?

Pentagon’s Quest for Clean Books Takes Hit

The IG withdrew the Marine Corps audit after new information was discovered.

Survey: Feds Favor Face-to-Face Meetings Over Videoconferencing

Meeting-planning industry offers data to counter travel budget cuts.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., said the bill is in “no way meant to disparage the hardworking employees who go to work every day and do the right thing."

VA Accountability Measure Will Attract Talented Senior Execs, Lawmaker Argues

Legislation caps number of department senior executives eligible for bonuses and requires them to switch jobs every five years.

Alejandro Mayorkas at his Senate confirmation hearing in July 2013.

DHS Exec Aided Foreign Investors with Democratic Ties, IG Found

Witnesses say Alejandro Mayorkas intervened in immigration cases connected to Harry Reid, Terry McAuliffe and others.

Secret Service Director Joe Clancy testifies on Capitol Hill.

Lawmakers Threaten New Secret Service Chief's Job, Tell Him to Fire More Agents

Scandals are emblematic of 'elitist and arrogant' federal workforce, panel says.